I had the same question so started reading economy books. I suspect you might have some of the same concerns as I did about where best to invest. Stay in real estate or sell?
My favorite book on economics is Aftershock, written by the same economists that predicted the dot com bubble and all the rest of the crises we have been experiencing. I am in agreement with them that the political control of our economy right now has created some illusions that cannot be held forever. Namely, with unemployment as high as it is (we have the lowest participation of actual employment in the workforce since 1978- forget what the press is printing because it doesn't count those that fell off of the unemployment rolls) there is still alot of distressed homeowners. Our debt continues to rise affecting the value of our dollar, and the FED cannot print enough money once the dollar destabilizes. The interest rates will rise and the FED will no longer be able to control it. If the mortgage rate rises to 10%, they expect a 30% decrease in property values.
From a buyer's perspective, they are looking at the same affordability as now. A buyer can qualify for about 1/3 of their income in qualifying for a loan. If interest rates go up, the price of the home being reduced will still mean the same monthly payment.
From a seller's perspective, you have a window of opportunity. Supply and demand have forced prices up quicky. This will continue until interest rates rise, so I expect that you'll have a very clear indicator as to when the values will shift. If you stay in the market, expect to be in it until we fix unemployment and THAT is more difficult to predict. And if you want to sell now? There's some creative ways to guarantee the best price, often above appraisal value.
The decision is yours, dependent on what you expect to happen in the market, but I suggest you pick up the book Aftershock. I really believed what I read to be accurate.