Fewer sellers cut their list prices for the fifth straight month in January, according to a report by real estate brokerage ZipRealty.

The report covered 27 of 36 U.S. metropolitan areas in which the brokerage operates. The statistics in the monthly report reflect the brokerage’s multiple listing service data as of Jan. 4.

Sellers reduced the asking price on 40.4 percent, or 229,306, of available homes, down from 44.8 percent in December, to an average discount of $21,925, a rate 6.54 percent lower than the month before.

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