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Welcome to the Manufactured Housing Division
The Manufactured Housing Division under the Manufactured Housing Act and Administrative code is the inspection authority for manufactured housing in the State of New Mexico.
Our mission is to foster a strong manufactured housing industry and provide consumer protection for manufactured housing owners in the State of New Mexico by,
- Providing thorough inspections of manufactured housing installations and alterations
- Working with industry contractors through outreach and news publications
- Working with manufactures through construction process monitoring
- Working with dealers through auditing and inspections of homes
- Working with the manufactured housing committee on rules and regulations
News & Announcements
Manufactured Housing Committee
Date and Time: Friday, August 12, 2022, at 9:30 a.m.
Location: Regulation and Licensing Building, 5500 San Antonio Dr. NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109
Attendance By: IN PERSON/ TELEPHONIC (VIA WEBEX)
Dial US: 1-415-655-0002
Meeting ID: 2497 763 4156
If you are an individual with a disability who is in need of auxiliary aid or service to participate in a hearing or meeting, please contact the Manufactured Housing Division at (505) 365-3429 at least two weeks prior to the hearing or meeting.
Deactivating a Manufactured Home Title to Classify as Real Property
Contracting without a license in New Mexico is against the law. If a contractor is working without a license, the Division may stop the construction project and file a criminal charge of unlicensed contracting in Metropolitan or Magistrate Court. Violators will be eligible for licensure 1 year from date of conviction.
Any one engaged in construction-related contracting in New Mexico must be licensed. This includes general construction work, electrical, mechanical and plumbing and LP gas. The activities that are considered to be contracting in New Mexico are defined in the Construction Industries Licensing Act, NMSA 1978,
The Manufactured Housing Committee will convene a public hearing on the following proposed changes to the administrative code to include amendments to its rules 14.12.1 – GENERAL PROVISIONS, 14.12.2 – LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, 14.12.8 – RENEWAL AND CONTINUING EDUCATION, 14.12.10 – FEES, and 14.12.11 – DISCIPLINE. The hearing will be held before a hearing officer, at which time any interested person is invited to submit data, views or arguments on the proposed changes, either orally or in writing and to examine witnesses testifying at the hearing. The original public notice hearing scheduled for December 10, 2021, was cancelled and is reset through this notice to February 11, 2022.
The hearing will be held virtually, due to the concerns surrounding COVID-19. Attendees were able to provide public comment on record and submit written comments.
The Division will review all feedback received during the public comment period and issue communication regarding a final decision at a later date.
Click on links below for more information:
To access the Public Hearing click HERE for more information.
MHD License Late Fee Calculation
CID Crossover- $100
Grace Period for late fees is 30 days
on Day 31 late fees starts to accumulate starting at $31 dollars and a dollar a day a after that, up to 60 days. After day 60 fee goes on to match what fee is for that licenses.
Example for a Crossover is listed below:
If you are a Crossover and late fee lands on day 45, fee will be a total of $145 fee.
If over 60 days late for crossover is a flat $200 fee.
Licenses over one year of the expiration date will require new application, new application fee and completion of all required examinations.
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