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Homeowners Investment Fund Managers – Homeowners Equity Isa

Friday, August 16, 2002



Type: Oeic maxi Isa

Aim: Growth by investing in the Homeowners investment growth

fund

Minimum investment: Lump sum £500, monthly £30

Maximum investment: Lump sum £7,000

Catmarked: Yes

Investment choice: 100% in Homeowners investment growth

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Charges: Annual 1%

Commission: None

Tel: 0800 0286248

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