Keeping the property market moving

This information is guidance has been developed with regulatory bodies based on best practice following the Scottish Government’s decision to move the whole of Scotland to Level 0 from 9 August 2021

This guidance should be used in combination with the Scottish Government’s

  • Guidance on Moving Home during the Coronavirus outbreak – click here
  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance for private landlords and letting agents – click here.

We appreciate the impact that COVID-19 has had on those eager to move this year and as Scotland’s leading independent agent, we want you to know that we are here for you every step of the way as you look to restart your moving journey.

Below you see our COVID-19 policies, designed around best practice and guidance from the Scottish Government. We believe it is important to be transparent with you about our working practices as we look to protect our valued communities in which we operate.

Clyde Property’s COVID-19 Commitment to Safe Working

This information is guidance for best practice. It has been developed with regulatory bodies based on Government guidance regarding the introduction of new ways of working, to adhere to safety measures but allow agents to continue to provide a professional service to clients and customers.

Advice to Home Movers

This guidance is based upon Government guidance and applies to home movers (buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants).

Property Viewings

This viewing information and policy has been developed with regulatory bodies based on Government guidance regarding the introduction of new ways of working, to adhere to safety measures but allow agents to continue to provide a professional service to clients and customers.

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