The property in which the taxpayer lives and to which he or she returns after temporary absences. A taxpayer may have one or more residences such as a main home and a vacation house. A residence is not limited to a house. Condominiums, cooperative apartments, townhouses, mobile homes, and houseboats can all qualify as residences.
A person's home, used to establish their place for voting, taxation and other civic issues.
The primary domicile of a person or family.
The dwelling unit that one claims as one's primary home, This dwelling establishes one's legal residence for voting, tax, and legal purposes.
With regard to taxes; it is the taxpayer's primary residence.