Fort Belvoir is open to active-duty service members assigned to a duty station in the Military District of Washington (MDW). Service members may apply for a position on the waitlist upon reporting to a duty station, by having orders in hand, or by submitting one or more of the following Additional Documents in lieu of official orders:
- A copy of any official notification you may have from your receiving Command
- ORB or ERB notification
- Web orders
- An email or memorandum advising you of your future MDW duty station
Note that you will need to submit a copy of your actual orders before a home can be assigned to you.
There is no time limit on how early you may apply for a position on the waitlist.
How to Apply
We recommend downloading our Application Checklist to help you prepare for the housing application process. When you are ready to apply:
- Gather the following supporting documents:
- Copy of your orders and all amendments OR one or more Additional Documents described at left in lieu of official orders
- Copy of your most recent DD Form 1172 or 1172-2 (DEERS Enrollment), NAVMC Form 10922 (Dependency Application 1751), or NAVPERS 1070 Form
- Download and complete the Application for Housing and Waitlist Procedures documents by clicking the button below.
- Email your completed application and supporting documents to The Villages at Belvoir leasing team at email@example.com or fax these documents to (703) 619-3878.
Once we have received and verified your information you will be placed on our waitlist. We look forward to welcoming you home!
About the Military Housing Privatization Initiative
The Villages at Belvoir is a Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) community. Established in 1996, the MHPI was enacted to improve the lives of our nation's service members by providing them with high quality housing. MHPI leverages the experience and expertise of the private sector to offer updated, well-designed homes and professional, effective management services to the members of our armed forces so that they, and their families, may feel secure at home.