Using the right real estate tools to research property in Idaho is vital. The tools on this page will help you do your due diligence on properties before you enter into contracts and work your way to closing. Some of the tools included on this page include water rights, flood maps, government information systems (GIS), property tax records, market statistics, investment analysis, and more. If you don't see a tool you need, we'd love to hear from you. These tools are provided as a resource only. Before you enter into any contract, you should seek professional help in the area of interest. Your real estate agent is experienced with helping you navigate the real estate process, but you should never assume your agent is an expert in law, investment, water rights, or other factors related to the property you are considering. Always seek professional advice from a competent professional with expertise in the area of research you are doing.
County governments maintain all up-to-date information about land in their respective jurisdictions. Technology has moved much of this information from the County Recorder's office to online resources. Use the links below to research property owner, legal descriptions, and tax records. These resources will help you reference properties when contacting the county for more detailed information as you do your research.
The investment tool links below can help you begin to evaluate the details of a property when doing your due diligence before purchase. These tools can give you a rough estimate on a property, but before purchasing we highly recommend that you speak to your financial advisor, certified public accountant, and attorney to develop a complete investment plan that will maximize your financial goals.