Idaho Statutes

41-723.  Appraisal — Limit of amount loaned. (1) The fair value of property shall be determined by appraisal by a competent independent appraiser at the time of the making or acquisition of a mortgage loan or investing in a contract for the deed thereon; except, that as to bonds or notes secured by mortgage or trust deed guaranteed or insured by the federal housing administration, or guaranteed or insured as to principal in full or in part by the administrator of veterans affairs, or guaranteed or insured by the farmers home administration, the valuation made by such administration or administrator shall be deemed to have been made by a competent appraiser for the purposes of this subsection.
(2)  An insurer shall not make or acquire a loan or loans upon the security of any one (1) parcel of real property in aggregate amount in excess of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) or more than the amount permissible under section 41-706(1), Idaho Code, (investment in securities, etc., of any one person), whichever is the greater.

[41-723, added 1961, ch. 330, sec. 160, p. 645; am. 2003, ch. 219, sec. 4, p. 569.]

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