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 <span class="cutline_leadin">On demand: </span>Most tankless water heaters come on only when they’re in use.

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    Heating water can be a ‘tankless’ job

    The pros and cons of installing a tankless water heater.

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At just 10 inches deep, the Mill console table from CB2 is perfect for decorating an empty hallway ($299).

    Furnishings

    For small spaces, console tables are ideal

    Decorating a small space can be like packing for a weekend trip. There’s room for only the essentials, so every piece should be useful, versatile and worth its weight. If space is a commodity, the console table is one of the most valuable pieces on the market.

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This sleek, mid-century Telechron clock is a handsome collectible.

    Treasures

    Telechron products known for style, design

    Q: I grew up in the 1960s and ’70s with this Lucite clock on a table in my parents’ bedroom. I recently found it in a storage unit of their things and am wondering how old it is, and the approximate value. It still works and has great sentimental value and now has a place of honor on my bedside table. Any information you can provide would be appreciated.

  • Living smart

    Making a move? Some tips from the pros

    If there’s a move in your future and you want to hire help with all or part of it, here are suggestions to stow away, offered by highly rated movers and satisfied customers:

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Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has listed his home in Hollywood Hills at $2.299 million.

    Hot Property: Los Angeles

    Meryl Streep sells home to Alex Rodriguez

    A-list actress Meryl Streep has sold a home in Hollywood Hills West to New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez for $4.8million.

  • Condo Line

    Our subdivision bylaws were never filed

    Q: Recently, I went to the county records office to get a copy of the deed restrictions and the bylaws. There were no records of these documents being recorded, much to my surprise. Another officer also was told no documents for the subdivision have been recorded. I could not believe it and I went back to inquire myself. They did find documents recorded when the subdivision was first platted before homes were built.

  • Washington Report

    Underwater homeowners hold their breath

    Will lawmakers extend the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act retroactively? Many already have opted for bankruptcy rather than trusting Congress to act.

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