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We look forward to welcoming you to your new home at Whiteman Family Homes. We work closely with our Military Housing Partner to make your application process as seamless as possible.

If you are a Non-Active Duty applicant, please contact the Whiteman Family Homes Management Office directly for assistance.


Whiteman Family Homes Management Office

Military Housing Partner Office

301 Summit
Whiteman AFB, MO 65305
(660) 687-0559

509 CES/CEACH
301 Summit
Whiteman AFB, MO 65305
(660) 687-4417
DSN 975-4417


Here's what you will need to know to begin the application process:

Required Documents | Application Process | Determine Your Eligibility Date



Required Documentation

  • Housing Application (available here)
  • Copy of Orders
  • AF Form 4422
  • LES Statement
  • Photo of Pets


Application Process

  1. Complete the Balfour Beatty Communities housing application, and submit it to the Air Force Housing Management Office (HMO) along with a copy of your orders. Please note that applications must be submitted within 30 days of arrival.
  2. Once an application is reviewed, you will be referred to the Whiteman Family Homes Management Office for the actual assignment.
  3. A leasing representitive will review your housing eligibility based on your rank and family size, and then schedule a walk-through tour. You can also go to the Neighborhoods page to explore the area and learn about our home styles.
  4. Upon arrival at the base, you must take a copy of your current LES statement to the Whiteman Family Homes Management Office.


Determining Your Eligibility Date

  • If a Service Member does not apply within the 30 day window, the eligibility date will be the date of application.

  • If a Service Member is PCSing to Whiteman AFB and is within the 30 day window, the eligibility date is the day they left their previous duty station, verified by clearing papers, is the eligibility date.

  • If a Service Member is coming from an unaccompanied tour, i.e. Korea, their eligibility date is determined from, and back-dated to, the date they departed their previous duty station for the unaccompanied tour, with a maximum of a 14 month credit.

  • If this is the first duty station for a married Service Member, the eligibility date is the date of entry into the military. If the Service Member was married after the date of entry the eligibility date is the date of marriage.