Military housing projects still allow opportunities for local property owners


Journal Staff


Though Guam’s military bases are in the process of plans to construct new housing units, local property owners can still continue to expect business from military families looking to live off-base. 

According to Joint Region Marianas, as of December, there are a total of 13,624 military service men and women on Guam, of which 3,300 live off-base. 

Additionally, some 5,000 Marines are expected to cycle through Guam as part of the military realignment. Two-thirds will be under the Unit Deployment Program on a . . .

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