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Egeria Home Exchange is open for business!

It was an awesome idea eleven months ago. It’s still an awesome idea.

And it is up and running as of about five minutes ago. Go sign up. Now. I did.

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1 Response to “Egeria Home Exchange is open for business!”


  1. 1 Jenny 17 November 2009 at 5:02 pm

    Thanks for posting about this! It is heartwarming to see such a response. Things are really starting to take off– I had a long conversation this morning with a friend in Athens who said he will spread the word among his other Greek friends! One of our featured listings is an apartment in Manhattan.

    Memberships are going like hotcakes — only a penny for a limited time while we ramp up the list of accommodation possibilities.

    Thanks for reading! God bless.

    Jenny Hainsworth
    Egeria Exchange, proprietor


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