To our Valued Service Members and Families:
PCS Delayed? We can help! Whether you are extending your move out date, or need an interim place to call home, Hunt Military Communities is here to assist. Please reach out to us via phone, email or the contact us form and we will do all we can!
As we navigate COVID-19 together, we want to be sure we continue to be transparent in our communication and keep you updated on our plans.
Community Updates - June 4, 2020
Whidbey Island Family Housing offers the quality of living your family deserves and the pricing and flexibility your family needs. Located on the Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Sea Plane Base, in Oak Harbor, Washington, Whidbey Island Family Housing is nestled between the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges and boasts a wide range of recreational activities. Hiking, fishing, boating, beachcombing, biking, and a whole slew of other activities are right at your doorstep. We are pleased to offer housing to our military families stationed at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Sea Plane.
Why choose Whidbey Island?
Whidbey Island Family Housing is managed by Hunt Military Communities, a national real estate services leader that has been providing Service Members and their families with expertly designed homes, fully developed communities, and exceptional management services, for over 40 years.
We take pride in serving families just like yours and strive to make the move-in process as streamlined as possible. That’s why we offer a payment in arrears structure, meaning there’s no up-front rent costs or security deposits for Active Duty Members.
"The work order we put in was handled very quickly by Thomas Mohlsich. He did a great job and couldn’t fix the fan and went and got a new one, and installed it that same day. Very happy with the quality of work."
- Adam Spicer
August 5, 2020
The Largest Privatized U.S. Military Housing Developer Has Produced Over 116,000 MWh of Solar Energy Since December 2012
July 28, 2020
Military families across the U.S. to receive school supplies in preparation for the new school year
July 23, 2020
Work is set to begin next month on a planned $50 million project to upgrade housing across the garrison, starting with the oldest – and smallest – homes on post.