We’ve all heard about the trend: millennials moving back in with the parents as a way to cut costs and save money. But what if these millennials don’t move back in with their own parents but instead with someone else’s? Enter Silvernest, a new start up aimed at pairing empty nesters, and their empty rooms, with younger renters in need of housing. For the homeowner, this new service screens renters for compatible arrangements and handles the hassles of providing leases and collecting rent. Beyond the extra income, the service may also fill the house with some welcome companionship for those living alone. Currently operating in Colorado and Minneapolis, Silvernest hopes they will help older owners stay in their homes while giving millennials a new rental option. So clean out that extra bedroom and Read This.