No............ no bank is looking to be a landlord - they foreclosed on a home and are already taking a loss..........they want to sell the home to a qualified buyer, and be done with it.
Overall.............rent to own is not a good option, as you stand to lose a lot of money (upfront deposit and extra rent you will be expected to pay) if you do not buy the home (ie - can't qualify for a loan) for ANY reason.
Make sure you learn what is involved in that kind of arrangement, as most consumers really have no idea.
If you do not qualify for a loan now, I suggest, as does Dan, that you rent while you work on whatever it is that is preventing you from buying a home in the normal manner....then buy when you're financially able to do so.
Another plus is....you will have a full selection of homes from which to choose.