Other new and powerful tool in iOS 5 is View Controller containment, through view controller hierarchy manipulation; the "one screenful of content equals one UIViewController" rule is no longer enforced. Now you can get better code reuse since UIViewController has a list of "child" view controllers, one in charge of controlling one branch of its view hierarchy; UIViewController can transfer the control of one view to another view controller.
But, what if you try to mix both technologies? Storyboarding does not have a direct way to define child view controllers. Some people (as in here) are doing it the wrong way: add an "Object" to the scene, change its class and add some code. In some situations it may work, but it's not the way to go: try to do it with a child UITableViewController with static cells.
How to do it then?
First of all: create a new scene in your storyboard with your UITableViewController subclass and add your static cells as usual. Do not connect this newly created scene with any segue, but don't forget to assign the proper value to the identifier field of your view controller
Now, in your parent view controller add some code in its -awakeFromNib and -viewDidLoad method implementation:
// instantiate and assign the child view controller to a property to have direct reference to it in
// configure your child view controller
// add your child view controller to children array
// configure chld view controller view's frame
self.propiedadesVC.view.frame=CGRectMake(640, 0, self.scrollView.bounds.size.width, self.scrollView.bounds.size.height);
// add child's view to view hierarchy
Simple and straightforward. Storyboarding rocks!