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.

Clyde Blog

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Hallways – First Impressions Count!

The hallway is the gateway to your home. It’s the very first thing your guests and potential buyers will see when they walk through the front door. Because it’s the place where you first walk into after a hard day at work it can also become a bit of a dumping ground for shoes, bags, coats, keys, packages and shopping bags. If you have things to go upstairs they will often sit on the stairs making it easy for the hallway to become neglected and overlooked. So, what should you make sure is never on show in your hallway? Shoes […]

Prepare Your Home for Autumn

Autumn brings the change in the weather: on a good day this can mean clear skies and crisp, fresh sunny days. Unfortunately in Scotland, we also see lots of rain, damp and cold! Whatever the weather, getting your home ready for autumn and the drop in temperature requires a bit of forethought, organisation and planning. Here are some jobs you can do now to prepare your home for the autumn months. Garden  Since lockdown we have all spent much more time at home. In particular, our gardens have been a place of importance as it has been the only place we […]

What Can We Expect from The Property Market in 2022?

The housing market boom we have seen since the middle of 2020 has been a surprise to everyone. House prices have rocketed to all-time highs, seemingly breaking all records set, as buyers’ priorities shifted beyond anything we have seen before. It has been a volatile year for many industries but the property market is something of a success story with the stamp duty/LBTT holiday, low interest rates, increasing availability of high LTV mortgage deals and a re-evaluation of what people want from their homes marking a move towards more rural locations. Buyer priorities have shifted beyond recognition as the pandemic […]