Everyone herein is correct. This is indeed a great time to sell your house because all the stars are lined up to sell quickly (low interest rates, low inventory high demand, etc.). But what is your situation, is it a good time for you to sell? Are you upside-down on your mortgage? Do you have any equity in your property? Did you over improve your house with renovations that you will not be able to recoup when selling unless you understand you will have to take a bath.
On the latter, many people overlook the concept that if they bough a house in 2003 for X amount at the time, they put $100K in improvements in it, that is all well and good, but the real estate market is back at the 2003 selling prices. Unfortunatley for sellers, they hope to recoup their improvement investment but that most likely won't happen, at least not for another 5 to 8 years down the road. Example: I sold a condo in original condition at East point Towers on Middle River (end cap facing the water and the ocean) in December of 2002 to a man for $299K . The man put $117K in upgrades. We sold it again on December 27, 2011 for exactly $300K. The owner wasn't happy with it but he didn't complaint either, he had to move on with his life for other goals.