The Navy wanted to know how sailors and their families living in privatized military housing felt about their homes. Turns out, those in Hampton Roads are less satisfied than most. Their experiences with their homes and the company that manages them, Lincoln Military Housing, ranked 40th out of 42 installations for overall satisfaction, according to the results of a national survey. Across the country, the Navy's housing scored 70 for overall satisfaction, or "average," according to the survey, which was completed by CEL & Associates. Read more on Military.com.
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