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Def Leppard House For Sale – After Pictures

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The Def Leppard flip house rehab is now complete, staged and on the market for $164,900 (priced a little lower to get moved quickly – end of summer push).

Check out that staging job! 🙂

The Rehab Numbers

Rehab Scope of Work: $3,400
Rehab Extras: $241
Lawn Care: $45
Carpet: $2075 (cleaned first for $175, then $1,900 to replace all)
Make Ready: $275
Total: $6,036

After Pictures


Comments (14)

  • Andrew

    The place looks great. I’m glad you got rid of the pink walls. It would have been tough to find enough pink stuff to stage those rooms!! Good luck with the sale and thanks for this awesome blog. I’m now caught up and have really enjoyed it.

    • Danny Johnson

      Thanks, Andrew. Those pink rooms sure were bright and over-the-top. Thanks for following along.

  • Holly G

    Wow what a difference! who does your staging?

    • Danny Johnson


      Thanks. My wife does the staging. She has a real knack for it. This is the second house that she’s staged with furniture. She used to just put in some accessories around the houses. We’ve had a lot of positive feedback from buyers and I really think it has helped us tremendously with selling them.

  • Mike G

    Beautiful job! And yes, nice staging, too! 🙂

    So did you try to clean the carpets, and that didn’t work, so then you replaced them?

    • Danny Johnson

      Thanks, Mike.

      Yes, that is what happened with the carpets. It was $175 to clean all carpet in the house. The did a great job but there were a lot of little stains everywhere. Would have been ok for a lower end rental, but not something we are reselling. We ended up replacing all of the carpet and my contractor took the newly cleaned carpet with the stains for a house of his.

  • william (Bill ) Hall

    MY new website is now up. I welcome any feedback you may want to give. I have to add my PPM, and SCOR for my investors, and a few other items. I hope to buy my first set of houses by the end of September.


    • Danny Johnson


      Looks great! I hope you have a lot of success with it.

  • Jim

    Hi Danny, the house does look great! A couple of questions if you have time to answer–are you shooting your own photos and if so, what kind of camera and lens are you using? Also, I think I asked this on one of your posts, but can’t find where i did that, so I’ll ask again–can you share your probate letter with us?
    Thanks for all you’re doing, great job. I’m a Realtor and ready to get back to buying and flipping.

    • Danny Johnson


      Thanks! My wife takes the pictures with a Nikon D3000 and a Tamron wide angle lens.

      I am considering writing a new probate letter and will share that one. The one I use is based on one from a course that I own and cannot share it for obvious reasons.

      Good luck getting back into the house flipping business. Set your goals and keep working at them until accomplished. Simple as that.

  • Gail Smith

    Hey Danny, love your work and your site…
    Mind if I ask: how long do you wait to send your probate
    letters? Too soon and it’s rude and insensitive, too late
    and it could be gone!

    • Danny Johnson

      Thanks, Gail.

      I don’t have a set time. They are usually sent out about 3-4 weeks after the probate was filed. I would think that for some people it wouldn’t matter how soon or late it is mailed to them, they will still find it rude and insensitive. Just have to send them anyway and find the people that feel the opposite.

      • adam

        Does anyone every leave a:

        P.S at the end, saying please email me at _______, and I will happily take you off my list. I help a lot of people, but if you feel this letter is offensive, I understand. Thanks

        • Danny Johnson

          That’s a good idea.

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