Resources for resolving common issues with Idaho Housing and Finance Association products and services
You can reduce the number of unwanted calls from Idaho Housing and Finance Association you get by signing up for the National Do Not Call Registry. It's free. Visit http://donotcall.gov to register your number.
How do I register?
Add your phone number for free by visiting http://donotcall.gov, or calling 1-888-382-1222 from the phone you want to register (TTY: 1-866-290-4236)
If you register online, you will receive a confirmation email from http://donotcall.gov. You must click on the link in the email within 72 hours to complete your registration.
How long does it take?
Your phone number should show up on the Registry the next day. Most sales calls will stop once your number has been on the Registry for 31 days. You can verify that your number is on the Registry by visiting http://donotcall.gov or calling 1-888-382-1222.
Where can I file a complaint about an illegal sales call or a robocall?
To file a complaint, visit http://donotcall.gov, or call 1-888-382-1222 (TTY: 1-866-290-4236).
Will I hear back from the FTC regarding my complaint?
Due to the volume of complaints, the FTC cannot respond directly to every complaint. The FTC and other law enforcement agencies analyze complaints to spot trends and to identify and take action against the people responsible for these illegal calls.
What's a Robocall?
If you answer the phone and hear a recorded message instead of a live person, it's a robocall. You've probably gotten robocalls about candidates running for office, or charities asking for donations. These robocalls are allowed. But if the recording is a sales message and you haven't given your written permission to get calls from the company on the other end, the call is illegal. In addition to the phone calls being illegal, their pitch most likely is a scam.
What Should You Do If You Get a Robocall?
If you get a robocall:
November 14, 2019 - On -/-/- I made my payment to my servicing company, HomeLoanServ, also known as Idaho Housing and Finance. On the - of - I reached out to just double check that my payment had been added to my account. It had not. I reached out to them via a phone call and email. I got a response back saying the issue would be resolved if I could provide proof I had in fact made my payment. I provided multiple screenshots as well as get the appropriate documentation from my bank. I received no response for a week. I reached back out on the - and was told that this was an issue on their ( HomeLoan...
March 10, 2017 - Idaho Housing Agency is reporting FORECLOSURE STARTED and paid foreclosure on credit but it was never a foreclosure. I need this fixed asap....
March 9, 2017 - Any time that I need to contact Home Loan Serv regarding my mortgage loan, I am never able to contact anyone. I am placed on hold for a timeframe around 5-8 minutes when I am forced to disconnect or leave a voicemail. I have never, not once, received a call back when a message is left. I have currently been attempting to contact to update my payment information as I have switched to a new account and my old account is no longer in use. I am unable to add a bank account via their webpage, and now I am unable to contact anyone on the phone. I have also noticed information regarding my payments b...
July 1, 2015 - For some six months past the due date, - Housing and Finance Association ( IHFA ) failed to pay the -/-/- property taxes on a home purchased from me -/-/-. This resulted in interest and penalties being imposed ; the permanent slander of my name and financial status ; the loss of a property tax deduction for the buyer ; and many hours of labor by myself and others to rectify the situation. Elaboration : IHFA 's client - - - purchased a house from me on -/-/-. - realtors, a title company and an escrow agent, all duly licensed, facilitated the transaction. - law r...