The "exact price of the home" is not determined until after you close escrow. It is not like buying an item at a store. The price is a negotiated term between a buyer and a seller. It is just what the seller will accept from a buyer. There are other items that would determine whether a seller accepts as well, not just price. What type of down payment and loan is the buyer getting? How long is the escrow period? Does the buyer have to sell their own home before closing escrow? Does the buyer want the seller to pay for any closing costs or other expenses?
The best you can do is offer what you think the home is worth and know that at that price and terms, you will be happy with the home and that if it sells for $1 more you are ok with that. Of course, you need to discuss this with your agent to determine what those amounts and terms should be based on market data and your financial situation.
That is the pattern nowadays with REOs. I have seen up to 80 offers in one property and the banks can take up to 1 whole months to go through them and finally decide who the winning offer is. A lot of times, they sell for way over the asking price.
On your situation, call the listing agent, google the address, or go to Realtor.com or call me, i will set you up with Listingbook so you too can have instant information like I, as a realtor, have.