It all depends on how the contract reads. There should have been a provision within the contract to deal with that contingency. I always recommend that my clients consult an attorney before they enter into a lease-to-own contract. You want to make sure that there is a provision in there regarding any money paid and the disposition of it when a situation arises that is under no one's control.
But when it gets down to it, it would be material to the contract to know the reason why you couldn't get a mortgage.... more
I am a licensed broker in NJ, but do not service Sicklerville. I do have access to some solds, but my data source provides me the info in the form of a PDF file.
An active Realtor in your area will have the most up to date info via their MLS system. Perhaps one will chime in and assist.
What I can offer is secondary to that, but if you want or need it, please email me, and I will send to you. You can also visit Trulia's Real Estate Guides section, or try Zillow. BTW. I do not recommend using Zillow for Zestimates in determining value for either selling or purchasing homes. Zestimates are best used for entertainment purposes.