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Pink to launch 12th survey

Pink Home Loans 12th Pink 1000 Index Survey will be launched on Tuesday September 29.

It will be asking registered intermediaries to provide their thoughts and opinions on interest only mortgages and will run until Tuesday September 12.

The intermediaries who take part will have the opportunity of winning an Archos Gmini, a high tech video camera, stills camera, MP3 player, games console, movie file player and voice recorder all in one.

Tony Jones, managing director at Pink Home Loans, says: There has been a lot of discussion in the market place in recent months about interest-only mortgages.

Pinks latest survey will allow intermediaries to voice their opinions on the subject.

I look forward to seeing the results which will be posted on the Pink 1000 website and appear in the press shortly afterwards.

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