Real estate research site says 24.6 percent of current homes on the market in the United States as of July 1, have had at least one price cut, totaling $27.1 billion in reductions.


An auctioneer calls out to audience members during the Real Estate Disposition (REDC) foreclosure home auction in New York June 7, 2009. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES BUSINESS SOCIETY)

The average price-reduced home has had a 10.4 percent reduction, down slightly from 10.6 percent as of June 1.

Some areas appear to be stabilizing quickly with the overall number and percentage of price reductions declining, including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Dallas, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore.

All real estate is local and we're seeing glimmers of hope as price stabilization occurs in major cities across the nation, including some of the earliest hit cities that have experienced huge declines in the past few years, says Trulia CEO Pete Flint.

The top-10 cities with the most price reductions as of July 1 are:

  1. Jacksonville, Fla., 39 percent
  2. Boston, 35 percent
  3. Minneapolis, 33 percent
  4. Milwaukee, 33 percent
  5. Honolulu, 33 percent
  6. Tucson, Ariz., 31 percent
  7. Chicago, 31 percent
  8. New York, 31 percent
  9. Austin, Texas, 31 percent
  10. Raleigh, N.C., 31 percent