Membership Payments

Why Join IMLA?

By becoming a member of the Idaho Association of Mortgage Lenders, you are aligning yourself and your business to the highest standards of excellence and integrity in the mortgage industry. You understand the value our industry brings to the community, and through networking and information exchange, quest for higher education, you establish yourself and your business as industry and community leaders.  Through participation in the IMLA our volunteers and active members better serve our clients and our local community.

To learn more about joining the Idaho Mortgage Lenders Association please contact:

Kevin Rice, President -Treasure Valley
208-914-8927
[email protected]

Jason Anderson – E. Idaho Chapter
208-569-1188
[email protected]

Complete the IMLA Membership Application (PDF) to Join IMLA

Please return completed form to [email protected]


Corporate (Regular) Member annual membership fee – $495




Regular membership shall be limited to those entities whose principal business is the origination, sale or servicing of real estate mortgage loans.  A regular member must have an established place of business with the State of Idaho and must agree with the objectives, aims and purposes of the corporation.  Each member assumes the obligation to render to the corporation, when called upon, such assistance with the objectives, aim and purposes of the corporation as lies within its abilities.


Affiliate Member annual membership fee – $395




Businesses affiliated with mortgage lending, but who do not originate, purchase or service real estate loans may participate within the association as associate members but will have no voting privileges with respect to any matter requiring a vote of the members.


Individual Member annual membership fee – $125




Individuals who are employed in the origination, sale or servicing of real estate loans, or an affiliated business, may obtain singular membership for the purposes of participating in the affairs of the association in lieu of full membership, but will have no voting privileges with respect to any matter requiring a vote of the members.