A $125.00 state processing cost will be added by the County Treasurer to delinquent property accounts transferred to the Property Tax Division for collection. If the property taxes are not paid within three years form the date of delinquency, the real property will be sold and a deed issued by the Property Tax Division of New Mexico. Property Taxes and Solid Waste may be paid in person, by mail, through mortgage companies or online. Our website is guadalupecountynm.org.
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Guadalupe County Property Records are real estate documents that contain information related to real property in Guadalupe County, New Mexico. Public Property Records provide information on homes, land, or commercial properties, including titles, mortgages, property deeds, and a range of other documents. They are maintained by various government offices in Guadalupe County, New Mexico State, and at the Federal level.
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The Property Tax Division helps local governments in the administration and collection of ad valorem taxes in the State of New Mexico. Property taxes contribute a large portion of revenue to New Mexico’s local governments and schools annually. Residential and non-residential property taxes are assessed by County Assessors and collected by County Treasurers with oversight from Property Tax Division.
Find New Mexico Property Records. A New Mexico Property Records Search locates real estate documents related to property in NM. Public Property Records provide information on land, homes, and commercial properties, including titles, property deeds, mortgages, property tax assessment records, and other documents.
Guadalupe County Home Tax Assessor Tax Assessor-Collector It is the duty of the assessor-collector to assess (calculate) taxes on each property in the county and collect that tax, but the tax assessor-collector does not appraise property. That function is performed by the Appraisal District, which is not a part of county government.