I think when you are looking at agents you need to look at the big picture. What company does that agent work with? Is it someone you can trust? What kind of negotiating skills do they have? Do they think outside the box when it comes to marketing? How well do they know the area so they are able to market your home accordingly? Are they able to see through a buyers eyes so they can best advise you on how to stage your home to attract those buyers?
In today's market it comes down to pricing your home correctly and making your home stand out from the crowd so you can get the buyer in the door and get it sold.
I've lived in Allendale all of my life and would love the opportunity to sit and talk to you about how I can best help you.
Here is a great article to read that will give you more insight on your question.
I agree with Sally though. Just because an office or agent has a lot of listings doesn't mean they should automatically be the agent you work with. How responsive are they? Do your homework first.