Today, Rightmove has revealed the results of its ‘Happy at Home’ Index for 2015, in which it asked nearly 25,000 people to rank 12 distinct factors about where they live which included safety, neighbourliness and local amenities to name but a few. According to the survey, for the second year in a row Inverness has been voted as the ‘happiest place in Scotland’ with residents giving top marks for factors such as area upkeep, pride, safety and neighbourliness. \n\nInverness is best known for its picturesque landscape, and boasts various historic buildings, including Inverness Castle and the award winning Eastgate Centre, whilst also holding the title for having one of the most beautiful riverside settings in Britain. It is due to this that Inverness has been placed as one of the most desirable places to live in the UK in recent years, and now the happiest!\n\nThe branch manager of Your Move, Inverness Peter Murphy could not agree more with the survey results "Inverness is one of the friendliest places in Scotland to live. There is so much to do in and around the city with a wide variety of shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and a good nightlife.”\n\nSo if you want to be one of the happiest people in Scotland, then take a look at the properties currently on the market with our Your Move Inverness branch \n\nTake a look at the properties currently on the market with Your Move York, Your Move Hemel Hempstead and Your Move Watford Other cities voted in the top 10 of happiest places to live also included York, Hemel Hempstead and Watford.