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HOUSING OPTIONS AT NPS

ARRIVAL / TEMPORARY QUARTERS

 Bachelor Officer Quarters: There are four types of lodging available for students in the BOQ, with an additional option for Colonels (06) and higher.

Standard Queen Room w/out Kitchenette  $94
Standard Queen (Deluxe) with Kitchenette  $99
Deluxe Queen Suite w/Kitchenette  $109 
Executive Room  $73
Executive Suite (no Kitchenette)  $93
Executive Suite with Kitchenette  $93


*Notes: Suites will have a sofa sleeper; single rooms will not. Maximum number of people per room is 4. (Single rooms may have a roll-a-way if requested). All rooms have microwave, TV, VCR, refrigerator, hairdryer, coffeemaker, queen-size bed, ironing board, and alarm clock. (Executive rooms have a king-size bed instead of a queen-size.)

The privatized housing rates for married/accompanied and single international officers receiving an IMET/CTFP Living Allowance are broken down below.

 

PERMANENT QUARTERS

PRIVATIZED MILITARY HOUSING

The privatized housing rates for married/accompanied and single international officers receiving an IMET/CTFP Living Allowance are broken down below.

FY15 BAH RATES for Privatized Government Housing

Rank with Dependents without Dependents
O-1 $2,550 $2,211
O-2 $3,135 $2,499
O-3 $3,639 $2,901
O-4 $3,975 $3,339
O-5 $4,215 $3,450
O-6 $4,254 $3,633
O-7 $4,290 $3,714


Privatized-housing rates for single/unaccompanied officers are:

          FMS – $2,207 per month (this rate is usually adjusted every January, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) rate of inflation).  Students receiving IMET/CTFP Living Allowance pay the BAH unaccompanied rate.

 

IMET LIVING ALLOWANCE RATES

  • Staying in Hotel (upon arrival; max of 30 days) – up to $99/day + $80/ day per diem
  • Staying in Privatized Housing (married & accompanied) - BAH RATE/month + $80/day
  • Staying in Privatized Housing (single, geographical bachelors) – Unaccompanied BAH rate (IMET) + $80/day per diem
  • Married, unaccompanied OR single; living in permanent Civilian Housing up to $99/day + $80/day per diem)
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CIVILIAN HOUSING OPTIONS

  • Average cost of a one or two bedroom apartment (unfurnished) is $950-1500 per month plus utilities.  Basic Cable begins at $53 and up per month.  Basic telephone charges with no special services (i.e., call waiting, call forwarding, etc,), is approximately $26 per month.  There are several long distance companies to choose from.  Utilities vary by apartment and usage.
  • The NPS Housing Welcome Center has established an excellent web site for reviewing rental options in Monterey. Check out the following site:  www.ahrn.com (note - you will need to register in order to gain access to the lists)

 

MISCELLANEOUS

  • Furniture Rental: CORT.  Contracts for furniture are available for international families living in La Mesa village or former Fort Ord housing.  IMS will be charged a monthly rate.  IMET/CTFP students with living allowance will be reimbursed the monthly amount.
  • Furniture Locker.  The International Committee maintains a Furniture Locker, which contains used furniture that may be “rented” for a nominal fee by international students during their stay at NPS.  
  • Other options for used furniture include:
    • Goodwill Industries, 729 Broadway St, Seaside 394-1212
    • St Vincent De Paul, 1269 Fremont Blvd, Seaside 899-2211
    • Goodwill Industries, 571 Lighthouse Ave, Monterey 649-6056