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No, it is not. Not by the Navy or the management team without notice. As a resident with a residential lease governed by the state of California, you're afforded every protection under the California tenant-landlord law. One of the protections states that your landlord, absent a building-threatening circumstance like a fire or a flood, or other relative emergency may not enter your apartment without 24 hours written notice to you. In most cases, the management team will only request access to your apartment to provide requested or preventative maintenance.
Simply route a chit requesting to receive partial BAH to reside at Pacific Beacon or Palmer Hall. Depending on rank eligibility, once your chit is approved, take both your LES and your approved chit and current orders to the CBH (Combined Bachelor Housing) office located in Regelin Hall. You will then be placed on a waiting list and when space is available at Palmer Hall (E1 - E3) or Pacific Beacon (E4), you will be notified to come and sign your new lease!
Nope. We do not charge application fees, security deposits, or hit you with "amenity fees" like a lot of apartment owners. In fact, you do not even have to pay for parking. Your monthly rent (paid by allotment) is all it takes to live in luxury with us. Of course, the only exception is if you lose your room key or damage your apartment, you will incur a charge. In such cases, you will be notified of any costs ahead of time.
If you're a resident of Pacific Beacon, you may keep your suite, lock it up, keep your BAH allocation, and your apartment will be waiting for you just as you left it when you return. If you're a resident of Palmer Hall, you would not be permitted to keep your apartment if you were to leave for a deployment greater than 90 days due to privacy and security concerns.
You'll need to re-route your chit. The bottom line date needs to match the check in date on your orders. Bring your new orders and chit to our leasing office to update your file.