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Guadalupe County Assessor's Office

The Assessor manages a professional, courteous staff who provide for the residents and businesses of Guadalupe County. It is the responsibility of the assessor's office to find, list and value residential, commercial, vacant, business as well as personal property for Ad Valorem tax purposes, as well as notify property owners of their assessed property values and prepare the county property, real-property, and personal-property tax rolls for the Guadalupe County Treasurer. By ensuring these activities are completed in an accurate and timely manner results in fair and equitable assessments for real and personal property at a reasonable cost and a well-maintained, current tax base upon which local government can base tax levies. There is also a maximum of two terms for one individual.

​County Assessors shall determine values of property for property taxation purposes in accordance with the Property Tax Code [Chapter 7, Article 35 to 38 NMSA 1978], the articles of the New Mexico Constitution and the regulations, orders, rulings and instructions of the department. They shall also implement a program of updating property values so that current and correct values of property are maintained and shall have sole responsibility and authority at the County level for property valuation maintenance, subject only to the general supervisory powers of the director.

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Office: (575) 472-3738
1448 Historic Rt. 66, Suite 2
Santa Rosa, NM 88435
Angela Gomez, Assessor -
Roberta Chavez, Chief Deputy Assessor -
Manuel Martinez, Mapping -
Tanna Ortega, Appraiser -

The 1981 Legislature approved a lower property tax rate for residential property for Tax Years 1981 and subsequent years. In order for this to apply for this tax year, the property owner must declare that portion of his or her property, land and buildings, that is residential. If this form is not filled with the county assessor by the last day of February, then the property will be presumed to be nonresidential and will be taxed accordingly. Residential property is either a home, mobile home or apartment(s) and the land underlying the structures suitable for human habitation. That portion of the description of property which meets this definition is eligible for the classification of Residential Property.

Declaration of Property Classification
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