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No problem. This is the easiest to do if home is a separate partition, but in any case, it can be done. Just put the mount in your fstab (regular mount if it is a partition, mount --bind if it is a subdirectory on another mounted hard drive). The only catch is, all the users need to have the same uid's, otherwise the ownership will be wrong.
You have some problem: usernames and groupnames store with UIDs and GUIDs suppose you have username joe with id 1000 on ubuntu machine, and username joe has been stored with 1003 on Arch machine. some dot files contains some configuration files , you have separate version of application on two machines.
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