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Waitlist Guidelines & Housing Assignment

Assignment provisions

An IPC home will not be made available unless the service member has at least twelve months remaining in his tour, in compliance with the lease which is an initial twelve months commitment.  Service members married to other service members whose spouses accompany them on their tour are authorized assignment to family housing.  Unmarried service members with accompanying (command sponsored) family members are also authorized family housing contingent upon those family members residing with them on a full-time basis.

Eligibility

An eligibility date is entered into Yardi system and the service member is placed on the applicable waiting list by rank and bedroom requirement per command sponsored dependents on orders.  For an inbound Soldier, the eligibility date is the date the Soldier signed out of his/her last duty station as long as the Soldier applies for housing within 7 days of arrival.  Adjustments to the eligibility date will be made for unaccompanied or other special duty tours.  For a Soldier currently in a lease off post, the eligibility date is the date of application. 

Eligibility for housing is based on the following priority sequence:

Priority Class 1  Key and essential accompanied or unaccompanied military or civilian personnel (including Coast Guard) assigned or attached for duty at the Installations or at a Coast Guard or Marine Corps facility. 
Priority Class 2  Accompanied military personnel (including active duty Coast Guard) assigned or attached for duty at the Installations or at a Coast Guard or Marine Corps facility.
Priority Class 3  Accompanied military personnel (including active duty Coast Guard) assigned or attached for duty within a 50-mile radius of the Installations or Coast Guard or Marine Corps facility. Includes families who ERD and return to Hawaii requesting housing.* 
Priority Class 4  Unaccompanied family members of military personnel (including active duty Coast Guard) assigned or attached for duty at the Installations or at a Coast Guard or Marine Corps facility. 
Priority Class 5  Accompanied military personnel – married and single (including active duty Coast Guard) -- assigned or attached for duty as stated in Priority Class 2 and Priority Class 3.
Priority Class 6  Retired military personnel (including retired active duty Coast Guard) and spouses or widowed spouses of retired military personnel (including retired active duty Coast Guard). 
Priority Class 7  DoD and federal agency civilians (other than designated key and essential) 
Priority Class 8  DoD contractors 
Priority Class 9  Non-military or non-DoD or non-federal agency personnel not included in priority categories 1 to 8 (general public). 

*Includes spouses and or service members looking to upgrade bedroom size based on addition of command-sponsored family members.  Housing will be offered to single pregnant Soldiers during third trimester of pregnancy, subject to availability of housing.

Size of Housing Eligibility

Service members will be assigned a home based on the number of command sponsored dependents in their family (excluding spouse). The below guidelines are used to determine bedroom eligibility. Please inquire with IPC's leasing office about bedroom upgrades.

 Number of Family Members
(Excluding Spouse)

 Bedrooms
 None        2
 One        2
 Two        3
 Three        4
 Four and above        5

Waitlist Statement

We care about you and your family’s housing situation. To best serve all of our customers, it is important that you read and understand Island Palm Communities Waitlist and Housing Assignment policies. Please click here to review.

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