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Our housing is becoming privatized. We'll be trapped into another 1-year lease because we won't have enough saved by March to move off-base, something we were considering when our current lease is up. By the time we'll be allowed to move off base, we'll only have 2 years left here, so I guess we'll just suck it up and stay in this house. These houses look real nice, but they were slapped together so fast, that nothing works right, nothing is painted right, everyone's roof leaks, there's mold in everyone's upstairs hall bathroom, there's mold in everyone's small bedroom closet, tons of people have had problems with windows and doors not being properly sealed or aligned, many people have had to have their drains snaked only to find obnoxious things like beer cans, carpet rolls and tshirts shoved down them that the contractors left as a present while they were building these. All of these problems in houses that were built in July 2009 and we're the first people to move into ours. There's a sex offender that lives 285 feet away from our neighborhood playground. Furthermore, after it's privatized, single airmen and retirees will be able to live in housing. So that means people who are active duty with kids who want to move on base may have to go on a waiting list. WHY does a single airman need a 3-bedroom home??? We are also going to start being charged for utilities. Until now, it's always been included in our housing allowance. Well that's my rant for the day.