Real Estate Power of Attorney Form | Idaho

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Updated on May 4th, 2023

An Idaho real estate power of attorney authorizes an individual (“agent” or “attorney-in-fact”) to handle certain real estate matters for the person that executes the document (principal). The principal can use the Idaho real estate power of attorney form to hand over all real estate powers to their agent, or they may select one of the other assignations of authority under Article 1 of the form.

This form is often used to grant the agent the power to close the sale or purchase of a piece of real estate in the principal’s stead. If the principal wants their agent to handle all tasks relating to their real estate holdings, such as leases, deeds, mortgages, estate management, etc., they can convey those wishes in the power of attorney document. This power of attorney can be revoked at any time at the principal’s behest, otherwise, it will continue until the termination date set forth therein.