There really isn't a market for Lease Options. Reason being, someone (buyer or seller) usually gets the short end of the stick when the option is exercised. Options set an agreed upon purchase price at the time the lease starts and the lessee has the right to exercise that option when the lease expires. In a market where prices are trending down, the agreed upon price set at the beginning of the lease will be too high for the lessee. In a market where prices are trending up, the agreed upon price will be too low for the seller. It's a risk either way... That's why you won't find too many out there.
If this is the only thing you are looking for, get together with your agent and start looking at normal listings. If you see one you like, you can have your agent ask the listing agent/sellers if they would be willing to do an option.... more