PCS Overview

A soldier and his wife during a move.

The government will reimburse many costs associated with a PCS move. Here is an overview of what you can expect.

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PCS - Home Buying

How much house can you afford?

The rule of thumb is that a military family can comfortably afford a home that is up to three times their average annual household income. Where did this number come from?

PCS - Selling

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It's become more difficult for homeowners to sell their properties. While some civilian homeowners may have the option of taking their time, military members with PCS orders don't have that luxury....  more

PCS - Renting

Finding an Apartment to Rent Online

Online apartment searching can ease the stress of a PCS. And now, you can look for an apartment online while packing up your old residence.

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An Air Force child gets her passport photo taken at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class William Johnson)

Civilian personnel, including dependents, require a passport. For official travel, DoD Directive requires you and your dependents to have a no-fee passport and a Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) s...  more

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About Personally Procured Moves

With Permanent Change of Station (PCS) season in full swing, the internet is full of families talking about their moving experiences and their moving plans.  I’ve recently seem several conversations about the pros and cons of Personally Procured Moves (PPM), formerly known as Do It Yourself (DITY) moves. A PPM move is where a military […]

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