Last year, elementary school counselor Nathan Schelble bought a $280,000 home in East Aurora, New York.
He paid cash. It took him just three years to save the money.
No, he wasn’t running a drug business like the teacher in Breaking Bad.
Instead, he and his wife, Stacie , had worked for 6 years at Singapore American School (SAS). Their nine-year old daughter attended for free.
It’s one of a few dozen international schools where teachers might be able to save as much as the average doctor or lawyer.
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