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The Residential Appraisal Department is responsible for locating, identifying, and assessing all taxable residential property within Bernalillo County.

Assessor Residential Appraisal DepartmentThere are several duties that are conducted, such as field checks for: building permits, property owner protest, property owner inquiries, and sales review.

All properties that apply for a building permit are field checked to assess any contributory value added to the existing property or to assess a newly constructed home.

A protest can be filed after owners receive their notice of value, if they do not agree with their values they may protest. Sales field checks are conducted after a property changes ownership and the property will be assessed at current and correct (NMAC 3.6.5.23(C)) the year after the purchase. Our main goal is to make sure properties are being assessed fairly and equitably so all information is correct before being sent to the Treasurer’s Office.

View the steps on How to Obtain a Tax Release for a Manufactured Home here:
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  • Below you can watch a short video of Bernalillo County Assessor Tanya Giddings being sworn in on Jan. 1, 2019.  

  • Five Bernalillo County elected officials were sworn into office Jan. 1, 2019 at the Hiland Theater in Albuquerque. The elected officials are: Commissioner Debbie O’Malley of District 1, repr...

Upcoming Events
  • Bernalillo County Assessor's Office Veterans Outreach continues March 21, 2019, in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Veteran Services. Learn about the property tax saving programs available to you as a veteran or a surviving spouse. Two types of veterans' exemptions are available: Service related exemption which gives a $4,000 reduction in taxable value of the property. 100 percent disabled exemption that relieves the veteran of all property taxes owed on their primary residence. For more information call us at (505) 222-3700.
    Location:
    501 Tijeras Ave. NW
    Time:
    3/21/2019 10:00 AM - 3/21/2019 2:00 PM

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