Resident proxies are IP addresses that are issued by a real Internet provider — ISP - from a specific city, region, state. Home internet is delivered via broadband, local DSL or fiber optic.
A homeowner who has connected the Internet is issued a unique IP, which is noted in the databases of regional Internet registers - RIR.
Homeowners voluntarily provide other users with their devices as a proxy server.
When used correctly, requests from such IP addresses are indistinguishable from requests from a real person.
The arbitrageur's personal IP address is masked by the IP address of another live user.
Advantages of resident proxies:
IP addresses are issued by home Internet providers.
Due to this, the probability of their blacklisting, blocking is extremely small.
After all, if an online resource blocks the IP, then real users will suffer, which will affect the reputation and business of the site.
You can visit sites that do not accept visits from server IP addresses — in this case, resident proxies benefit compared to server ones.
IP addresses can be issued dynamically, constantly changing.
Resident proxies are well suited for solving data collection and analysis tasks, since they bypass any blockages well.