I have 2 years of experience in one of the largest construction company in the world. I have spent the past two years doing project finance in regards to huge multi-billion dollar infrastructure which will be used ubiquitously throughout the country by everyone. I am 24 years old, with a somewhat large real estate portfolio (has not been paid off yet of course) and I aspire to become a developer in the near future. I have been all over the forum but I could not find anyone with similar background. Could someone shed some light on how I can leverage this opportunity and my current real estate investments into furthering myself towards becoming a developer?
My plan is to spend another 3 years learning and network as much as I can before I jump out and try my luck.
However, I do not know what I can do with this experience and how I can make the most of it. Should I work for a developer or should I stick to working in the field of infrastructure.