The Fourfecta House: Staging Pics


As a reminder, here is a link to some BEFORE pictures of The Fourfecta House…

Here are some STAGING pictures of The Fourfecta House:

Staging Pictures

Front of House

Staging Pictures

Living Room (From Second Level)

Staging Pictures

Living Room (Looking to Eat-In Kitchen)

Staging Pictures


Staging Pictures

Eat-In Kitchen

Staging Pictures

Dining Room

Staging Pictures

Office / Extra Room on Main Level

Staging Pictures

Master Bedroom

Staging Pictures

Master Bathroom

Staging Pictures

Hall Bathroom

Staging Pictures

Back of House

9 responses to “The Fourfecta House: Staging Pics”

  1. Brad says:

    Great work on this one. Did you lay sod? $400 seemed pretty low considering how much better the backyard looks.

    Also, would you mind sharing you interior paint colors?


  2. J Scott says:

    Hey Brad,

    The $400 was just to go in and cut pretty much everything down/back to the point where buyers could see the potential for both elaborate landscaping OR no landscaping. The goal was to try to appeal to both types of buyers — those that didn’t mind maintaining a really cool yard and those who just wanted something easy to maintain.

    As for paint color, we use Sherwin Williams Realist Beige (SW6078) for the interior of all our houses.

  3. Brad says:

    I see. I’ve being using Nomadic Desert and find it a bit dark for my liking now, may look into switching. I should have asked the first time – for the ceiling, do you use that cheap ceiling paint (some off brand I see my contractor using) or do you prefer something else? I think it looks a little “cheap” in comparison to the nice paint next to it – almost too flat. Any thoughts?

  4. Brad says:

    PS – when I say it looks cheap I mean on MY jobs – not yours!

  5. J Scott says:

    Brad –

    We used to use Nomadic Desert, but like you, we decided to go a bit lighter, and moved to Realist Beige about 2 years ago. As for ceiling paint, Sherwin Williams sells a “ceiling white” that we use for all our ceilings.

  6. joshua says:

    I love how the shutter color pops on the outside. Very nice.

  7. George says:


    Do you purchased all your staging furnitures or you just out source to someone.
    I have been doing the fliping business last 2 years in California, will like to expand my business, but funding will be a problem, since all our houses are pay by cash transaction.
    Do you have any recommendation where to find investors?

  8. J Scott says:


    We own all of our staging furniture. As for finding investors, start within your network — friends, family, colleagues, other investors, etc. Then start talking to all the professionals you know — doctors, lawyers, engineers business-people, etc — they often have retirement funds that they aren’t getting a very good return on, and would be thrilled to get 8-12% return.

  9. Ralph Jensen says:

    I was gonna just use White. I am glad I found this web site

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