Information and resources to assist residents with common questions they may have.
Looking for an apartment? AANM has several members that can help you locate your new home.
I am a resident at an apartment community. Can you help me with an issue/complaint or can you give me a copy of my lease?
While you are entitled to a copy of your lease, we do not have copies of any leases, and you will need to ask your apartment community for a copy if you did not receive one when you moved in or you have misplaced it. The Apartment Association of New Mexico (AANM) is a trade organization for companies that own and manage apartment communities and affiliated companies that provide products or services to the apartment industry. We are unable to answer questions from residents or respond to any inquiries. If you are having a legal issue, we recommend you contact an attorney who specializes in landlord-tenant law in New Mexico. The law governing landlord-tenant law in New Mexico is entitled the "Uniform Owner-Resident Relations Act," and AANM does sell a 68 page booklet that contains these statutes for $15.
Are all apartment communities in New Mexico required to be members of AANM?
Membership with AANM is voluntary. Apartment communities are affiliated through the membership of their owner and/or management company. Most professionally managed apartment homes in New Mexico are currently members of AANM as they are dedicated to operating under the law and providing quality rental housing.
Rental Housing Information
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA)
Albuquerque Family Advocacy Group
The Albuquerque Family Advocacy Center (AFAC) is a multi-agency facility, serving the Albuquerque Metropolitan area. The center combines emergency medical staff, victim advocates, legal and financial assistance along with law enforcement and prosecution in a unique system designed to dramatically decrease the stress and trauma often placed on victims.
New Mexico Behavioral Health Services
New Mexico Behavioral Health Services, Supportive Housing is a cost-effective combination of permanent, affordable rental housing with support services that helps people with disabilities and limited incomes live more stable, healthy, and productive lives.
New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Established in 1979 and incorporated on May 15, 1981, New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NMCADV) has been working to achieve a coordinated local, regional, and statewide response to domestic violence. The Coalition members, affiliates, and supporters are committed to ending domestic violence in New Mexico.
United Way of Central New Mexico
United Way is working to advance the common good in Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia, and Torrance counties by focusing on Education, Health, and Income. Our goal is to create long-lasting changes that prevent problems from happening in the first place.