A New Financing Plan Could Speed Up Renovations Of 16,000 Army Homes On Base

The $325 million plan is funded by private companies and is expected to result in renovations to 16,000 homes on seven Army posts.

By Jay PriceSeptember 26, 2019 9:31 am, , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

The private-sector companies that manage housing on U.S. military bases have been under fire for problems like mold and poor maintenance, and Congress is considering reforms.

Now one of the companies — which operates the housing on more than a dozen installations —has unveiled an unusual plan to speed up renovations. It says the initiative could be a model for other companies.

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