MIKE: Short answer, no. Long answer, also no. The owner of a property in foreclosure is the person who bought the property. They can sell it for whatever they want, as long as they pay off the mortgage at closing. The mortgage company does not own the property until after the sheriff's sale and they are the successful bidder. They can't sell it until then.
Full disclosure: I did not even look at the property you cite. If it has been foreclosed already and going to auction because the mortgage company has decided that it is not worth the effort to market it through a Realtor, then and only then, you can make an offer, which, if accepted, can avoid the auction. Your offer may be the foreclosure amount but that may not be sufficient to get the mortgage company to sell it to you. Any owner can sell for only the price they want to get, even at auction. They can "reserve" the property until a minimum is reached, if they so chose.