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How long does it usually take to hear back from a property inquire?
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Did they take your application fee? If so, you should hear something back fairly quickly. look up rentals www.rentlinx.com, or have www.realtracs.com
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October 25 2013
It can depend on how many inquiries the landlord is handling.  Some are not real good with communication.

If you inquired of a real estate agent I would think you should have someone respond to you in 24 hours.
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October 19 2013
From my experience, bigger companies take a bit longer than single individual landlords to get back about applications.  They may have more units to rent and more emergencies to handle and such. 

In the end though, it will all depend on the individual. 

Give them a day or two and then call them. Just like with a job interview, there is nothing wrong with showing you are interested.
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October 19 2013
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Landlords normally get back very quickly (within a few hours to at most a couple of days) when their property is still active.   If they've had dozens of inquiries, the landlord may be working through interviewing those who called before you did.

How long have you been waiting?
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October 19 2013
I guess it will depend on when they have a reply ready to give. Plus how long it takes to reach them. Who can say really?
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