Two reports on asking prices for houses in the Republic of Ireland show that Dublin is the only place with a rise.
According to the latest survey from MyHome.ie, prices remained stable for properties in counties Kildare and Cork while in Dublin they have grown by 1% year on year.
Asking prices for houses outside of the capital are beginning to stabilise in some counties.
The average asking price nationally now stands at €193,000, according to MyHome.ie.
Managing Director of MyHome.ie, Angela Keegan said the annual rate of decline is starting to ease and now stands at 8.6%.
In an earlier report from Daft.ie, asking prices for properties in Dublin are on average more than 5% higher than a year ago.
According to the second quarter report for this year from Daft.ie, prices dropped by 6% on average in Cork city, and 6.6% in Galway.
However, outside the cities prices have fallen by 6% in Leinster, 11% in Munster and 12% in Connacht-Ulster, over the last 12 months.
Kieran Harte, the Marketing Director of Daft.ie, said the typical asking price now stands at over 54% below their peak in 2007.