Housing Brief & In/Out-Processing
The housing office does not coordinate temporary lodging. Please make reservations with the Army lodging and notify them if you will be bringing pets.
Panzer Kaserne, Bldg. 2905
Housing Office In-Processing Brief
Upon arrival in Stuttgart, please visit the Housing office after your initial in processing with the Central Processing Facility (CPF)/Welcome Center on Panzer Kaserne, Bldg. 2913. The Housing Office is located on the second floor of the Welcome Center. All personnel on permanent change of station orders (PCS) to Stuttgart (both Military and Civilians) must in-process with housing office no later than 2 business days from date of arrival.
Housing Office In-Processing
In-processing is a one-on-one meeting with a housing counselor. This step is required to receive and assistance from the Housing Office regarding your overseas move.
- In-processing Checklist
- Application for housing
- Housing Eligibility and Availability
- Housing policy
- Understanding Incoming TLA
- Waitlist status
- Frequently Asked Questions
Housing Office Out-Processing
An out-processing briefing is conducted every first Wednesday of month at the Central Processing Facility (CPF). A housing representative will brief customers concerning out processing procedure for Private Rental housing, On post housing, UPH quarters, and all Outgoing TLA authorization. Contact the CPF office at 2913, 1st floor in order to get the most up to date information concerning out-processing procedures to the installation.
Point of contact for the Central Processing Facilities is Commercial Telephone: +49(0) 7031-15-2599. DSN: 431-2599.
All pre-out Inspection requests have to be approved in advance. It's recommended to identify
any outstanding issues or deficiencies in enough time to correct them prior to scheduling the
final out-check inspection. The pre out-check should be completed in the presence of the landlord or the landlord's property manager.
Leaving Stuttgart | Rental Contract Termination
Procedures to clear On Post Housing
Service members are required to notify the Housing Office of their intent to terminate housing 60 to 120 days prior to their PCS. A pre-inspection can be completed 30-45 days prior to service members anticipated departure. Service members are required to notify the Housing Office upon receipt of orders, (PCS, EROD, and Retirement orders) to schedule a pre-inspection. Upon scheduling the final termination inspection, the service member will receive a TLA briefing indicating the authorized days of outgoing TLA. The service member is responsible for coordinating temporary lodging.
The purpose of the pre inspection is to inform service members on the process needed to clear Government quarters. The housing inspector will brief service members cleaning standards and provide any documentation needed to clear your quarters. We at the housing office recommend the service member schedule a pre-inspection in order to manage any housing expectations which they may have prior to departure.
- When scheduling a pre-inspection, provide the counselor a copy of your orders. (PCS, EROD, Retirement orders)
- Housing counselor will schedule your pre-inspection in our housing database (eMH) and provide you with a date on when the housing inspector will come to the quarters to access damages and provide you with the standards needed to clear quarters.
- Housing counselor will brief you on TLA entitlements based on type of orders provided and will explain coordination of movement of HHG and delivery of Government loaner furniture.
We have taken pride in providing you and your family the best Housing possible. Our commitment to your family began the day our inspectors walked through your residence with the previous occupants in order to ensure that they were passing on the keys of a well-cared home to you. A fellow Service Member and their family will make your old home their new home. Please share our pride in their new home with us.
Final Inspection Process
At your final inspection, the inspector we will:
- Inspect the quarter for cleanliness.
- Inspect storage rooms to make sure bulk trash has been removed.
- Collect all housing keys and remotes.
- Inspect all appliances for cleanliness.
- Once the Servicemember has successfully cleared the quarters, the housing inspector will issue the inventory and condition report and other relevant correspondence; direct the Service member to the Housing Office.
- The housing counselor will explain procedures to be followed after completion of final housing inspection, i.e., clearance of Housing/Furnishings for settlement of possible charges,
- The housing counselor will provide a copy of termination orders from housing and TLA authorization if applicable once Service member has successfully cleared the quarters.
Normal Wear & Tear
Residents are responsible for damage to their home or to equipment and furnishings caused by the abuse or negligence of family members and guests. Excessive grease or mildew are considered above normal wear and tear and could result in damage charges. Normal wear and tear is the amount of deterioration which occurs in the normal use of homes; as such it is anticipated and acceptable. Homes should be used as intended, avoiding any negligence, carelessness, accident or abuse of the premises by the occupant, members of the household, their pets or guests. For example, small nail holes are expected, large holes are not.
Hours & Contact InformationHousing Office Location: 2nd Floor, Building 2913, Panzer Kaserne, Boeblingen.
Customer Service Hours of Operation
Mon, Tue, Wed, & Fri, 7:30-11 a.m. & 12 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Off-post housing services: Walk-ins 7:30–11 a.m., Appointments 12 p.m..–3:30 p.m.
Thursdays 7:30-11 a.m.
Off-post housing services: Walk-ins 7:30-11 a.m. Appointments 12 p.m.–3 p.m.
Closed on U.S. and German Holidays
- Customer Service Desk: +49 (0)7031-15-2230 DSN: 431-2230