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After living in Greensboro, Vermont for 17 years, Amy found herself looking for housing closer to work in Washington County and within a new budget. After three different home shares over the years, Amy calls herself “the poster-child for home sharing.” We definitely agree.

Since relocating to central Vermont she has become active at the Hunger Mountain Co-op, joined the Barre-Tones (a women’s a cappella chorus), and become a member of Toastmasters International.

In the summer of 2015, Amy joined the ranks of other home seekers who successfully utilized the services of Home Share Now to transition from being a renter to a home owner. Congratulations, Amy!

Home Share Now News

The Governor Proclaims Homesharing Week

March 5, 2018
Governor Phil Scott has proclaimed March 25–31 to be Homesharing Week in Vermont. In his proclamation, Governor Scott recognized homesharing as a strategy for a number of situations, including life transitions,…

Home Share Now Featured in Washington, DC

February 26, 2018
Barre’s own Home Share Now—a housing nonprofit—has announced it is being featured by the National Building Museum in a new exhibition, Making Room: Housing for a Changing America, on view through September…

We're in the Spotlight!

January 31, 2018
        We're in the Spotlight! The Vermont Department…
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