The residential electric symbol, also known as the residential real estate symbol, is a four-letter combination of the residential property name, the residential address and the number.
It is used to indicate that the property is residential.
The residential symbol was introduced in 1987.
The symbol is now used to identify all residential properties, not just those that are attached to a building.
Residential properties that have been converted to condos or townhouses can have the residential symbol on the property title.
The current symbol, which is also called the residential elevator symbol, has been used for over 50 years.
The Residential Electrical Symbol For more information, see our guide to residential symbols.