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    Andrews AFB, MD Housing and Relocation Information

    Basic Allowance For Housing (BAH)
    The military provides two options for the use of your BAH. The first is living on post. AndrewsHousing.com provides you with the necessary information to complete that request.

    Your second option is using your BAH to rent or buy a home off-post. AndrewsHousing.com provides you with a military-friendly process and pricing for those looking to maximize the use of their BAH.

    On Base Housing ( Rent On Base )

    You can contact the housing office at 301-736-8082. Renting on base housing can include wait times and accommodations may not be available.

    Off Base Single Family Rentals

    For those who are not ready to buy a home, and are looking to rent, check our database for available listings in the Andrews area. Click here for Single Family Rentals. Click here for Apartments for Rent.

    Surrounding Cities of Andrews

    There are plentiful housing opportunities off post for those looking to get into a new home. The following are cities around this installation: Forestville, Fort Washington, Upper Marlboro, District Heights, Capitol Heights, Temple Hills, Clinton, Mitchellville and Camp Springs.

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    Andrews Air Force Base is located about 10 miles outside of Washington, D.C. and offers numerous housing options both on and off post. You are eligible to live on base if your orders are for Andrews Air Force Base or NAF Washington. Traffic in and around the base tends to be heavier, and long commutes are typical. If you choose to live off-base, the best areas to avoid high congestion commutes are to the south and east of Andrews Air Force Base.

    Andrews Air Force Base is the home to Air Force One and is host to the 16th Wing. The unit is responsible for the maintenance of rotary-wing aircraft in support of national security. The base was established in 1943 and was combined with the Naval Air Facility Washington in 2009 to form what is now Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility Washington. Other units stationed at Andrews are the 89th Airlift Wing and over 60 other tenants.

    For information on typical rental rates, local attractions, history of the base, rental opportunities, and lots more, check out the Information links on the left of this page. For needed services, check out the service providers on the right side.