Roomily Partners with Silvernest to Expand Home Sharing in SF Bay Area & Offers Events

Roomily, a San Francisco Bay Area home sharing program, will use Silvernest’s online housemate matching platform, to improve and expand home sharing in the region.

Roomily is offering multiple learning opportunities for potential home sharers in conjunction with SV@Home and East Bay Housing Organizations Affordable Housing Month programming in May.

Roomily, a San Francisco Bay Area home sharing program, has signed a partner agreement with Silvernest, an online housemate matching technology platform, in order to expand its program capacity and offer a more seamless process to help people find and keep good housemates.

The implementation with Silvernest is expected to be completed in May 2022. In addition, Roomily is offering home sharing learning opportunities in conjunction in May’s Affordable Housing Month. See below for more details.

“We’ve seen a growing interest in home sharing and can help more people by using Silvernest’s platform, As a result of our partnership, Roomily’s clients will enjoy more convenience and a streamlined process, and we can offer better support and more education.”

said Jill Lindenbaum, Founder of Roomily.

Through the partnership, participants of home sharing program will have access to Silvernest’s convenient and easy to use online services, including landlord tools and templates, a proprietary matching platform, background screening, support and other resources, all free of charge.

Roomily will continue to provide education and one-to-one client support, especially important to anyone in need of navigating the home sharing process.

Currently serves Alameda County and Santa Clara County residents.

The program focuses on attracting new home providers, who could benefit from home sharing and want to help house vital community workers, and offers education and resources including housemate matching, tools and support.

Upcoming Home Sharing Learning Opportunities:

In conjunction with East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO) and SV@Home Affordable Housing Month programs, Roomily is hosting two online learning events, “Home Sharing 101.”

Roomily is currently offering free access to “Sharing Housing 101,” an online course for home providers from Annamarie Pluhar, author of “Sharing Housing: A Guidebook to Finding and Keeping Good Housemates.”

In a home sharing arrangement, home providers can gain extra income, companionship, and household help, which can be especially useful for older adults but works for people of all ages. Renters gain more affordable housing opportunities and can save on rent.
Shared living supports “whole person” health, enabling people to create meaningful relationships and address social isolation, a known determinant of health equal to smoking fifteen cigarettes a day.

About Roomily:

Roomily is a grant-supported home sharing program operating in Alameda and Santa Clara Counties. Roomily’s mission is to usher in the social, economic, and wellness benefits of home sharing.
Roomily focuses on providing more affordable housing for educators, nonprofit employees, healthcare workers, and other vital community members by working to meet the needs of home providers.

About Silvernest

Silvernest is pioneering a new era in home sharing with an online service that pairs hosts with qualified homeseekers, giving baby boomers, empty nesters and others a modern-day housing alternative.
Through its roommate-matching and localized support services, Silvernest combines the tools, expertise and commitment to help people confidently participate in the homesharing movement.
This hassle-free service takes care of the details, providing peace of mind by enabling people to stay in their homes, while benefiting from extra income and shared experiences.
This article was shared with Prittle Prattle News as a Press Release.
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