It would be great to get all of the agents you interview to give you the same opinion about the right price to sell your home. Some will want to show you a high price, in hopes of getting your listing. This can be disastrous, as the most action you'll get on your listing will be in the initial few weeks of being on the market. On the other hand, you can have some agents who will extimate your home's value low in order to get a quick sale. You should discuss your strategy with them and make sure they have a good understanding of what you are trying to achieve...other than a sold home, that is.
Tunkhannock has a slightly higher Days on Market than the Wilkes-Barre or Scranton areas, so you can expect it to take a bit more time to sell than homes in those other areas. You would also do well to ask to see the comps (other homes in your area that they used to base their CMA on) so you can see that they do, indeed, provide a good comparison for your pricing strategy. You will want to see what has sold in the recent (3-6) months and what is currently on the market so you'll know what your competition is like.
Always remember that you can be as involved with the process as you want, but you are relying on the expertise of the agent who is listing your home to get it sold for you. Finally, be sure you are comfortable with your agent's strategy to get your home sold. Good luck!!