New Mexico Rental Lease Agreements (6 Types)


New Mexico rental agreements are used by a landlord and tenant for the renting of residential or commercial property for monthly payment. A standard lease is commonly one (1) year and rent normally paid on the first (1st) of each month. It is recommended that the landlord verify the tenant’s credit and income through the use of the rental application.

Laws – Section 47-8-1 through 47-8-52

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A New Mexico residential lease agreement allows an individual (the tenant) to rent livable space from a property owner or manager (the landlord) in exchange for monthly rent. The contract becomes effective upon the inscription of each party’s signature, binding both individuals to the terms and conditions set therein until the termination date. It is a good idea for the landlord to ensure that the…

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A New Mexico month-to-month lease agreement allows a landlord or tenant to enter into a binding contract where either party can terminate with 30 days’ notice. Like any lease agreement, the parties will agree to a monthly rent amount, utility and services, and any other agreed-upon terms. After negotiating, the landlord should refer to a rental application to make sure the tenant is able to…

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A New Mexico rental application is a way for a landlord to seek the permission of a potential tenant to view his or her credit score and eligibility for tenancy. The landlord may charge a fee for this service, one of which typically takes about two (2) to three (3) days to complete. The landlord’s basic verification is to make sure that the tenant can…

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A New Mexico Roommate Agreement provides the necessary language to govern a living arrangement between two (2) or more cohabiting persons. The purpose of this form is to provide each roommate with a signed agreement where each individual’s obligations and rights are outlined. This acts as both a sense of security and a guideline or rule book for the shared rental property. It should be…

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A New Mexico sublease agreement is a real estate contract that establishes a relationship between a tenant under a lease and another individual (sublessee) who will be renting the same property. The current tenant (sublessor) has the option of renting the entire unit or just a portion of it. It is common for standard leases to prohibit the use of sublet arrangements, so the sublessor…

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A New Mexico commercial lease agreement is a document that is used by landlords of commercial real estate to describe the rights and responsibilities of all parties involved in the renting of retail, office, or industrial space. It should be noted that there are three (3) types of commercial real estate lease agreements (described below). Triple Net (NNN) – An agreement wherein the tenant pays the…

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