You Redfin fans are bloodhounds, to be sure. Putting us to shame, you are. Lately you’ve been finding the homes that have the biggest reductions, like the home I wrote about on Tuesday in San Pablo, which had endured 8 reductions for a total of 57%. Today’s home atop the Daily Leader Board, while not quite the cut-rate “bargain,” is in that same category. Down in Santa Clara County, there is a 4/1.5 rancher that went on the market in September for $660,000 (having last sold in 2005 for $580,000). The home is typical of the Evergreen area of San Jose, with 1,120 square feet on a slightly larger-than-standard lot. Although there is only a picture of the exterior, the listing description notes a remodeled kitchen, new interior paint, new front lawn and fence. Despite the fact that this is not a trashed home (like this one last week), it has sat unsold for over 5 months. During that time it has been reduced 3 times for a total of 43%. So what started out at $660,000 is now $390,000. That’s just $348/sf, which is about $150/sf lower than other comps in the area.