If your selling...price it lower than the last sales AND lower than the comps on the market and cross your fingers. Remember in a buyer's market to imagine that you are the buyer not the seller and then price accordingly. Do not rely on websites and other sites for information as they are sometimes a year behind in pricing.
If you must sell your home, you should price it lower than the last sales AND lower than any comparable homes on the market. Put yourself in the buyer's shoes: If you see a house that looks great on paper priced at $299k and a similar house at $269k, which one are you going to look at first? If you look at both and they are both equally desireable, which one do you think will get the offer first. The most important thing in a buyer's market is to imagine that you are the buyer not the seller and then price accordingly.
You can get a pricing idea at http://www.HomePriceLV.com (run by me).
If so...price it right! Do your homework (I suppose, just as you are now). I hope this helps, Edwin.