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Idaho Foreclosures for Sale

Find a great home for sale in Idaho - including searching through Idaho foreclosures for sale. Foreclosure properties may be difficult to purchase but only without a knowledge of the process. With the right tools and awareness, anyone could find great Idaho foreclosure properties on our site that will help.

Idaho Foreclosures For Sale

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417 S Voyage Ave., Caldwell, ID - $239,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 2,050 SQFT
  • 7 DOM
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Well Designed Floor Plan That Enjoys Spacious Rooms In This Better Than New Home. The Kitchen Has Ample Work Space, Stainless Steel Appliances, Pantry, And Lots Of Storage. The Master Bedroom Can Accommodate Plenty Of Furniture While The Master Ba...

Woodhouse Group

2270 S 1400 E, Gooding, ID - $289,900

Residential, Single Family w/ Acreage
  • 4 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3,400 SQFT
  • 18 DOM
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3400 Sf Home On 5.9 Acres With 3 Water Shares. Huge Functional Barn And Shop With A Metal Roof And A Large Oversized Door, Large Enough For An Rv. Fully Functional Fenced Areas For Cows Goats, Horses And A Chicken Coop. A Wrap Around Porch Overloo...

Keller Williams Sun Valley Southern Idaho

803 S Boise, Glenns Ferry, ID - $249,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,052 SQFT
  • 23 DOM
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River Views Off Of The Large Back Deck. Open Floor Plan. Large Kitchen With Granite Countertops And Island. Roomy Living And Family Rooms. Soaker Tub And Separate Shower In Master Bath, Walk In Closet And Dual Vanities. Walk Out Daylight Base...

G & T Realty

2405 Ne 10th Avenue, Payette, ID - $350,000

Residential, Single Family w/ Acreage
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,146 SQFT
  • 35 DOM
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Lovely Small Acreage, Subject To Short Sale

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119 Park St. S, Hazelton, ID - $132,900

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,200 SQFT
  • 64 DOM
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3 Bed 2 Bath Home In Hazelton. 2200 Square Feet,.25 Acre Lot.

Coldwell Banker Canyonside Realty
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12162 W Combes Park Drive, Boise, ID - $279,000

Residential, Single Family
  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 2,244 SQFT
  • 68 DOM
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Stunning Single Level Home Within Minutes To The Meridian Village! Inviting Open Floor Plan With A Fully Remodeled Kitchen Featuring Stainless Steel Appliances, Ample Counter Space & Tons Of Storage. Room Off The Master Bedroom With Private Access...

Amherst Madison

The amount of possible foreclosures on the real estate market will depend on the national economy and a state’s economy as well as the housing market. With an average of one foreclosure property for every 1,718 homes as of May 2014, Idaho’s foreclosures over the years has definitely lessened, but there are still some on the market. Counties with the highest foreclosure rates are Twin Falls, Camas, Ada, and Payette.

Look into foreclosures for a possible significant price discount. In Idaho, most foreclosures are placed on auction and the house goes to the highest bidder. Generally, this will allow for a drastic price decrease. However, be cautioned that a sale is final and does not come with negotiations about improvements to the house.

Though, improvements are not always needed. Foreclosure homes are not always lower-end homes but rather simply homes of those who were not living in their means. Idaho foreclosures for sale range from under $100,000 to a little over $500,000 in value. Before investing in foreclosure real estate, however, make sure to get a pre-approved letter from your lender, as to prevent difficulties in the future.

Foreclosure Process in Idaho

Every state has a process that a home goes through before it is foreclosed, and Idaho follows the process of a non-judicial foreclosure state. This means that the process of foreclosure does not need court approval. There are still several steps, however, to give home residents ample opportunity to keep their home.

The foreclosure process begins when a home resident does not make a payment for the mortgage. They are then informed that a Notice of Default will be recorded and given an allotted time to make the needed payment. If they do not make the payment, a Notice of Sale is mailed to the home and the home is then marketed for sale. The residents are given a prescribed period of time to move out, and during that time, they can prevent foreclosure by making the necessary payment.

Idaho Foreclosures for Sale

Also, they can contest with the foreclosure through the court if they deem significant injustices or disagree with facts of the case. If it is not taken to court, the home then proceeds to sale, usually with a set bidding date to auction off the house.

Move to Idaho

Choosing to move to Idaho with purchasing one of Idaho foreclosures for sale or another method, there are countless ways you can enjoy living in this state.

Camping

Idaho has hundreds of camping sites, so there are plenty of places to spend time in the great outdoors. Areas like the Boise National Forest and the Idaho Panhandle National Forest. Depending on your interests, there are more refined campgrounds with paved roads, provided water, and bathrooms. Or you could enjoy more remote areas where you rough it in the wilderness. To get outdoors but not feel like you are leaving the modern world, RV parks are also available.

Rivers

With over 3,100 miles of rapids, Idaho has the most whitewater rafting rivers in the U.S. For a more adventurous journey down the river, try harder Class Difficulties. For example, the North Fork of the Payette River and the South Fork of the Salmon River are Class Difficulty V. If you would rather leisurely float on calmer waters, you may enjoy the Boise River with a Class Difficulty of I and II.

Biking

If you want to take advantage of a hundred and forty miles of biking trails, Idaho is the state for you. Whether you are an advanced mountain biker or just a beginner, there is a trail in Idaho that you will love. For a more challenging trip, try the Trail of the Coeur d’Alene. It follows the Union Pacific Railroad - from Mullan, near the Montana Border, to Plummer, near the Washington Border. The scenery on this trail is absolutely breathtaking and has inspired photographers to return and capture its beauty. For an easier route, the Boise Greenbelt is a great option. It has twenty miles of a paved trail and follows the Boise River with the opportunity to relish nature without having to travel too far from the city.

Fishing

Fishing is a popular pastime for those who live in Idaho, with the many species in Idaho’s lakes and rivers such as Salmon, Trout, Dace, Bass, Sturgeon, and Perch. In Idaho, those who are above 14 need a fishing license in order to fund the stocking of Idaho’s lakes and reservoirs. No matter where you live in Idaho, a fishing trip is not too far away.

Living in Idaho allows you to enjoy the outdoors. Start your search for an Idaho home today.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreclosure

http://www.mbaa.org/files/ResourceCenter/ForeclosureProcess/JudicialVersusNon-JudicialForeclosure.pdf

http://www.realtytrac.com/statsandtrends/foreclosuretrends/id

http://www.startpackingidaho.com/blog/idaho-foreclosure-rate-declines.html

http://www.visitidaho.org/camping/

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Listing information last updated on November 21st, 2018 at 4:52am MST.

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