Gina, this should come in with an REO listing agent. Don't be confused by the "sold" price of 167,875. When a property goes to Trustee's Sale, the banks that hold the mortgage note usually buy them back at the lowest price possible (remember, property taxes are calculated on sales price, so the bank wants to keep that value as low as possible). They usually will outbid anyone else that tries to buy it for a song.
Once they own it, they hire an asset manager who finds a local listing agent and they liquidate it. If you are really interested in this house, find someone who can get you properly prepared to make an offer just as soon as it hits the market. Don't be suckered into bidding on the home based on the list price. Have your trusted Real Estate Professional give you the true market value and base your offer on that.