Manufactured Housing Division

5500 San Antonio Dr. NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109 | Ph (505) 222-9870

Welcome to the Manufactured Housing Division

Ordinances of any political subdivision of New Mexico relating to gas, including natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas or synthetic natural gas; electricity; sanitary plumbing; and installation or sale of manufactured homes shall not be inconsistent with any rules, regulations, codes or standards adopted by the division pursuant to the Manufactured Housing Act. Section


Starting September 1, 2018 all permit applications must be with payment for processing.

Rules and Regulations click here:

Attention Licensee

As we move forward to deploy the new platform for  CID permitting, this process will involve shutting off both the Manufactured Housing Division permitting system and the ACCELA permitting system such that all data can be migrated into the new system.  Both systems will be shut off end of business day Tuesday, September 28th at 5:00 p.m. The entire process should be completed by the weekend such that the CID team can enter any manually-captured data they receive between Wednesday-Friday over this coming weekend.  On Monday, October 4, 2021,  the platform will be ready for public use.

CID and MHD will still continue to conduct inspections during this time.  All inspection requests will be required to be processed through the call center through the remainder of the week.  Monday, October 4th you will be able schedule inspection through our EPIC system or as always, the call center.

Thank you in advance for your patience.


Unlicensed Violations

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.

What We Do

Manufactured Housing Division

It is the intent of the legislature that the large and growing manufactured housing industry be supervised and regulated by a division of the commerce and industry department [regulation and licensing department]. The purpose of the Manufactured Housing Act [60-14-1 NMSA 1978] is to insure the purchasers and users of manufactured homes the essential conditions of health and safety which are their right and to provide that the business practices of the industry are fair and orderly among the members of the industry with due regard to the ultimate consumers in this important area of human shelter.  

Apply for a Permit

MHD Licensing

Forms and Applications

File a Complaint

Helpful Links

Manufactured Housing Committee

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