Yes, I have, but most of these homes were once listed (or would have been listed) at $1.25-1.75 million.
Also, the number of properties making their way down into this range is an order of magnitude greater than the number of qualified 'interested' buyers out there. Prices will continue to drift lower.
This whole process is going to take years. It is a mistake to promote false hope to sellers, it will only drag out the inevitable market clearing and keep volumes low. Buyers will trickle in and the smart sellers will come down in price to move their properties, while the rest hope. Hope is not a viable strategy.
The sooner property owners cast off their 2005-06 price 'anchors' the sooner the market will find balance. Hoping that thousands of buyers who were not gullible enough to buy property on the way up in a bubble are all of a sudden going to step in at those same prices on the way back down is simply incredulous. Yes, there are always a few buyers, for various reasons, but just look at the months of inventory. The buyers don't exist at these prices, even if they look like deals compared to 2005-06. Go back another 5 years and those 'deals' don't look so hot. Go back 5 years more and those 'deals' look a lot like bubble prices (yes, even taking into account historical inflation). Put another way, in 2004 prices were already much too high, being back to 2004 prices in nothing to brag about.
It is all about your reference point, just something to think about.