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Pink launches its 1000 Index Survey

Pink’s Pink 1000 Index Survey will be launched on November 21, asking registered intermediaries to provide their thoughts and opinions on the recent rate rise, lender retention strategy, AVM’s and instant mortgage offers.

The intermediaries who take part will have the opportunity of winning a Xoro HSD 7500 portable DVD player. It is a portable multimedia machine, a DVD player and freeview TV in one.

David Copland, sales and marketing director at Pink, says: “There has been much discussion in the market place regarding the four topics covered in this latest Pink 1000 survey.

“The survey gives intermediaries the opportunity to voice their opinions on the subjects covered. I look forward to seeing the results which will be posted on the Pink 1000 website and appear in trade press.”

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