Surendra Hiranandani, chairman and managing director of House of Hiranandani

Don’t expect property prices to fall much after demonetisation: Surendra Hiranandani

3 months ago

Known for its township projects in southern cities of India, Mumbai-based House of Hiranandani is now looking to focus on the commercial segment and venture into newer markets. In a chat with VCCircle, Surendra Hiranandani, chairman and managing director of House of Hiranandani, talks about the impact of demonetisation on real estate, mood of home buyers and the next phase of growth for the company. Edited excerpts: 


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Don’t expect property prices to fall much after demonetisation: Surendra Hiranandani

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