Can I trust rent data from Redfin/Zillow? (Chicago)

I would be interested in purchasing a 2-unit building aka a 2-flat in the Chicago area. I found a good looking property with an attractive Cash on Cash return. I see that one of the 4bed/3bath units is being rented for 1,650 a month and it shows a lease expiration date in the future. Is it a reasonable request to ask my relator to get a copy of the lease? If I see a post with a Rent figure but it is being payed Month to Month and there is no lease, do I just trust this rent number?

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I would be interested in purchasing a 2-unit building aka a 2-flat in the Chicago area. I found a good looking property with an attractive Cash on Cash return. I see that one of the 4bed/3bath units is being rented for 1,650 a month and it shows a lease expiration date in the future. Is it a reasonable request to ask my relator to get a copy of the lease? If I see a post with a Rent figure but it is being payed Month to Month and there is no lease, do I just trust this rent number? submitted by /u/MericanNativeSon [link] [comments]

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