I think it depends on the type of home, but there has definitely been an incentive in place for first time home buyers that will no longer be available, so it isn't going to help the situation especially if you are selling an entry level home.
I just read this article yesterday as well which should also be of concern.
When interest rates rise, buying power decreases. In the short run, this could be an incentive for buyers to buy before the rates increase. Also, the spring market is typically a busier time for activity.
Your real estate agent can help you with deciding on an asking price by providing you with data on comparable properties that have recently sold as well as competitive listing data. This will help you price your home competitively while attempting to maximize your sale price.