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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 New Mexico.

Our mission is to foster a strong manufactured housing industry and provide consumer protection for manufactured housing owners in New Mexico by:

  • Providing thorough inspections of manufactured housing installations and alterations
  • Working with industry contractors through outreach and news publications
  • Working with manufacturers through construction process monitoring
  • Working with dealers through auditing and inspections of homes
  • Working with the Manufactured Housing Committee on rules and regulations


Deactivating a Manufactured Home Title to Classify as Real Property
Enforcement Actions

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.


Click here to file a request for investigation against unlicensed violators


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,
Section 60-13-3.

MHD Rules
MHD License fees and Late Fee Calculation


Licensing Fees

MHD Crossover– $100

Renewal- $100

Installer– $200


Dealer– $200


Salesperson– $50


Manufacturer– $500


Change form and Transfer salesperson form- $25.

Temp Salesperson application-$50



Grace Period is only for late fees and is for 30 days.

On Day 31 fees start to accumulate a dollar a day up to 60 days. After Day 60, So day 61 fee goes to match what the fee is for that license.

Examples are:

If Crossover is late and is on day 45, the fee will be $145.

If Crossover is late and is over 60 days late, then the fee for crossover is a flat $200 fee.


If the Installer or Dealer license is late and is on day 45, the fee will be $245.

If Installer or Dealer is late and is over the 60 days late, then the fee will be a flat $400.



If an account has been expired for longer than a year, then account needs to start over as new per NMMAC. The fee is back to normal cost of initial license Fee.

Link to Request Inspection of Public Records Act (IPRA) Information

Contact Information

Albuquerque Office:

 5500 San Antonio Dr NE, Suite F

Albuquerque NM, 87109

Open M-F 8am-5pm

Permit Customer Service:

Albuquerque: 505-222-9870

Las Cruces: 505-383-0319

Santa Fe: 505-476-4614



MHD Quick Links

Apply for a Permit

MHD Licensing

Forms and Applications

File a Complaint

Helpful Links

Manufactured Housing Committee

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