As a fellow Realtor in Santa Rosa, I do know with with my current listings that Buyers have slowed down - both viewing and submitting offers. I've spoken with multiple other long-time Agents and they say the same thing "buying has slowed coincident with the rates creeping up".
However, when speaking directly to Buyers I've started speaking about what the "creeping up" of rates actually means, for their monthly payments. In some cases, it's $50+ more than when rates were under 4%. It's amazing how many Buyers are not educated - by their Agent or their Lender - as to what the math equation really is with these truly all-time low rates that yes, are starting to creep up.
I think if all Realtors think this way: mathimatically speaking, how would these current rates affect monthly payments of their potential Buyers, then more people would become [more] motivated again as housing values and prices are still really good buy right now.