Karrie, are homes in Hutto moving a bit slower these days? I would contact a local Realtor now. There is perception of slow moving markets because some homes are taking longer to sell and some price ranges may be taking longer to sell. However, perception isn't always reality. A Realtor visit now can clear up any misconceptions. They can also set a plan in action for any work that may need to be done to your home, and maybe even take the photographs now - with grass green and flowers blooming, rather than a Winter listing with bare trees, dormant grass, and blah skies. A knowledgeable Realtor can plan your listing to meet your pricing and timing goals. It is way too early now to actually put the listing in the system. If you don't want to move until next Summer, your days on the market with be used against you next year when a buyer comes your way and you won't get your possible top dollar. Put a timing and marketing strategy together now, but list after January 1, 2009. Some of the highest hits on real estate websites for the year happen between January and March. You can always negotiate to stay in your home a little longer to meet your June 1 relocation. We do that every year for people like school teachers who don't want to move during the school year and disrupt their students. We negotiate for them to stay in their homes through the end of the semester.