Mortgage Servicing & Homeowner and Tenant Information

To keep industry professionals and citizens advised of issues in Idaho that may affect them or changes made to this webpage, the Attorney General will post important announcements, updates and notices on this page.

This page contains answers to common questions about Idaho’s foreclosure laws and process, including mandatory notices regarding mortgage loan modifications, foreclosure rescue scams and postponed trustee sales.

Glossary of Terms
Definitions of the legal terms commonly used in foreclosure actions are available on this page.

Homeowner and Tenant Information
This page includes links to the Attorney General’s 2011 housing report and consumer education manuals, including the Attorney General’s manuals Foreclosure Prevention and Foreclosure Scams: How to Tell the Difference and Buying a Home.

Sample Forms
The Attorney General has designed examples of the foreclosure notices and affidavits required by Idaho Code §§ 45-1505, 45-1506(8) and 45-1601.

This page includes links to Idaho’s foreclosure laws, as well as its mortgage licensing and practice statutes and its consumer protection laws.

Contact the Attorney General
Mortgage servicers, lenders, trustees, attorneys, housing counselors and other mortgage professionals who have general questions, concerns or suggestions about the information included on this webpage can send an email to the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division. If requested, a representative of the office will respond within five business days.

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