Prices are up, sales have slowed, and selling or buying a house feels almost normal these days.

Starting January, even homes built before 1994 will have to upgrade their plumbing fixtures to low-flow models. Our expert explains the significance of that job.

A documentary on the photographer and his hauntingly beautiful work airs Sept. 29.

It's that time of year again. But can today's lunch boxes ever hope match The Jetsons in value?

So that's what those big atriums are for!

The man who makes new Eichler-style door hardware explains how he got into the business, and why he hasn't expanded.

House prices are going up, with a premium on mid-century moderns. Rents are also going up, but what attracts renters is very different than what attracts buyers.

As the Bay Area leads the recovery in home prices and fewer are underwater, we take a look at the possibility of life in a literal undersea home.

Let it never be said that readers of The Eichler Network lack for imagination and drive. In our coverage of Lego's new Architecture Studio set, we asked to see your own Lego versions of Eichler houses, and reader Mark Papamarcos, of Sunnyvale, delivered with aplomb.