County Assessor Online Property Records Search
The following link is courtesy of the Torrance County Assessor and Rural Addressing Offices. This site is designed to provide a vast amount of data on properties located in Torrance County, New Mexico. Examples include ownership and assessment information on parcels.
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Please Note: The data is updated 3 times every calendar year;
January 1st, April 1st & October 1st
Do not hesitate to call the following numbers with any further questions: Assessor's Office at 505-544-4300 or Rural Addressing at 505-544-4344.
Frequently Asked Questions - Click Here
Did you know?
The Office of the Torrance County Assessor mails over 32,057 Notices of Value each year, and receives approximately 3,000 of those as returned mail due to incorrect addressing. We strongly urge you to verify your contact information with our office. Verifying this may assist you in avoiding any late fees you may incur from the Treasurer's Office Tax Bill mail out. Please fill out a “Change of Address Request Form” found below in the Important Department Downloads section of our website.
The County Assessor's Office values property (which includes real property; manufactured homes; corporate property; livestock; and business personal property) in order to fund the cost of local government (Torrance County, the Town of Estancia, Mountainair, Willard, Encino and the City of Moriarty) and the public school districts (Estancia, Moriarty-Edgewood and Mountainair), emergency services (sheriff, fire departments and ambulance), and special taxing districts (East Torrance, Claunch Pinto, Carrizozo and Edgewood Soil and Water Conservation Districts).
What We Do
Accept & process reports from property owners.
- List and identify location of property.
- Collect, analyze and interpret market and cost trends.
- We DO NOT tax your property, but value it for property tax purposes.
- Value property in conformance with professional standards of the International Association of Assessing Officers and the laws of the State of New Mexico.
- Apply state laws that exempt certain properties and also allow for lower values for long term residential property owners.
- Report to the property owner the value of their property through the Notice of Value in April annually.
- Defend the value placed on the property at the Valuation Protest Board.
- Please remember the assessor's office cannot perfom title searches; you need to contact a local title company to perform a title search of your property.
Betty Cabber - County Assessor (2015-2018) ~ 505-544-4330 - Email
Jesse Lucero - Deputy Assessor ~ 505-544-4320 - E m a i l
Nick E. Sedillo - NM Certified Chief Appraiser ~ 505-544-4310 - Email
Greg Richard - NM Certified Appraiser ~ 505-544--4305 - Email
H. Geno Jones - Customer Service Representative ~ 505-544-4301 - Email
Bill Holt - NM Certified Appraiser ~ 505-544-4306 - Email
Victoria Sedillo - Office Manager/Business Personal Property/Livestock ~ 505-544-4303 - Email
D’aun Zamora - Property Assessment Specialist ~ 505-544-4302 - Email
Ray Cullin - CAMA/Database Administrator ~ 505-544-4347 - Email
Crystal Garcia - Appraiser Apprentice ~ 505-544-4304 - Email
Vacant - Appraiser Apprentice ~ 505-544-4307 -
Ruben Gastelum - GIS-GPS Analyst/Rural Addressing ~ 505-544-4344 - Email
Rural Addressing - For more information Click Here
Torrance County Assessors Office
PO BOX 258
205 S 9th Street
Estancia New Mexico, 87016
Phone: (505) 544-4300
Fax: (505) 384-4362
Monday - Thursday 7:30am to 5:30pm MST
Example Of Calculating Applicable Tax
The Estimated Property Tax Levy is calculated using the stated price and estimates of the applicable tax rates. The County Assessor is required by law to value the property at its current and correct value, which may differ from the listed price. Further the estimated tax rates may be higher or lower than those that will actually be imposed. Accordingly, the actual Property Tax levied may be higher or lower than the estimated amount. New Mexico law requires your real estate Broker or agent to provide you an Estimate Property Tax Levy on the Property on which you have submitted or intend to submit an Offer to Purchase. Torrance County Assessor having complied with these disclosure requirements shall be immune from liability arising from suit relating to the Estimated Property Tax Levy.
|Full Value Of Property
||Total Assessed Value
|Calculate Taxable Value
||Total Assessed Value / 3
$ 100,000 / 3
||Head of Family = $ 2,000
Veterans Exemption = $ 4,000
$2,000 + $4,0000 = $ 6,000
|- $ 6,000
|Net Taxable Value
|Calculate Total Taxes Owed
||Net Taxable Value x Mil Rate
$ 27,333 x 0.026507
Click Here “Tax Rates 2016-2015 Comparison" (PDF) for all tax rates in Torrance County.
Click Here For More Information on Trying to Apply for the Special Method of Valuation using Agricultural or Grazing Land
Click Here for Information For the Property Owner Who Wants to Know About Valuation
Click Here For Information for Pre Recording Checklist
Click Here For More Information on Obtaining a "Tax-Release" for Manufactured Housing
Click Here For Information on Converting Your Manufactued Home to Real Property
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