Quote Originally Posted by retiredAFcivvy View Post
This privatized housing is a different animal. I think that the contractor owns or leases the housing. They are paid by the member's BAH by some type of allotment system.
It would seem if the housing is contracted by the military then there has to be some process for the renters (military members) to address problems to the company owning the houses. Depending upon the state, there is a contractual obligation between the owner and the tenant meaning the tenants have rights to live in a habitable home and the owner must ensure the habitability of the home. Even though the privatized housing is contracted with the federal government (military) I don't think that changes the civilian company's obligations to adhere to state law.