Richmond Residents Navigate to New Apartments with Apartment Navigator

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New apartment magazine and website helps Richmonders find the apartment of their dreams.

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We’re bringing print back, and are already hearing of move-ins from Apartment Navigator

Finding apartments in the Richmond area just got a lot easier.

Fulfilling the need for a local apartment guide, the Apartment Navigator premieres in the Richmond area this month with their new resource guide and website aimed at matching residents with their perfect apartment.

Available as a free magazine at Martin’s, Kroger, Wawa, and over 800 Richmond area locations, Apartment Navigator is a full color magazine featuring apartments and townhomes in Downtown Richmond, Church Hill, the Fan/Museum District, West End (including Short Pump), Chester, the East End, Hanover/Northside, Southside/Chesterfield, and the rest of the tri-cities area.

Ross Publishing, the creative minds behind the Apartment Navigator, know a thing or two about helping those in the RVA find housing. No strangers to the apartment industry, they were the former publishers of the “Apartment Showcase”, which was sold to For Rent in 2000.    

The current lack of printed apartment guides available and the continuous need for apartments did not go unnoticed by Ross Publishing.

For over 15 years, their retirement and senior housing resource Seniors Guide Magazine and http://www.SeniorsGuideOnline.com has helped thousands of seniors and families in the Richmond area find retirement communities, home care, products, and other services.

In the publishing company’s 20+ year experience, they’ve seen how difficult and life-changing a decision moving elsewhere can be.

“Making the decision of where to move isn’t easy”, says Katharine Ross, Vice President of Ross Publishing.

“Although using online apartment finding tools can be helpful, it doesn’t replace the experience of comparing properties side by side in a printed publication. Having something tangible that can be reviewed with a roommate over lunch where there’s no Wifi; or dog eared as renters explore one property after another can make the process easier.”

“By creating a larger sized, user friendly apartment publication; we’re addressing that market demand and full filling a void in the Richmond, VA area”, says Ross

“We’re bringing print back, and are already hearing of move-ins from Apartment Navigator”, says Ross.

http://www.ApartmentNav.com serves as a companion to the Apartment Navigator where readers and visitors can go for more pictures, pricing information, and directions to help “navigate” to nearby apartments. To order a free copy of Apartment Navigator, visit http://www.apartmentnav.com/free-magazine.

Ross Publishing, a Richmond, Va. -based company publishes Apartment Navigator, Seniors Guide, and BOOMER. Their Seniors Guide magazines publish throughout Richmond, Virginia; Roanoke-Lynchburg, Virginia; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Cincinnati, Ohio; Columbus, Ohio; Dayton, Ohio; and Indianapolis, Indiana. BOOMER magazine publishes exclusively in the Central Virginia area. Founded in 1991, Ross Publishing has been publishing helpful, free publications and websites ever since.

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Jeff Hartman
Apartment Navigator
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