David Brower, Assistant Manager/Realtor
Lease purchase deals get tricky... But I'm gathering you are noticing that.
If you had an agent represent you when you engaged in the lease purchase, get them to help you.
If you did not, you should reach out to Lee Taylor - he is an excellent agent in-town and can certainly help you.
My personal advice is not to use ANY information provided by the seller (it sounds like a builder) unless you have factual reason to. A good Realtor (Lee Taylor) can get you realistic comps and/or show you other opportunities that may be a better use of your money.
It's a buyer's market and a lease purchase only weakens your position.
You should talk to a professional and (as Lee T would say) get your real estate on...
Best of luck to you.
This is not the forum for such a specific question.
You probably shouldn't buy it.
Why? Because, It's on Windsor Parkway that's why.
Don't you want to invest on a quiet tree-lined street in a real neighborhood?