REALTOR® Daniel Goodwin, the chairman and chief executive officer for the Inland Real Estate Group, Inc., of Oak Brook, was honored during a general session as REALTOR® Magazine’s 2015 Good Neighbor Award.
The member of the NAR RPAC Investors Hall of Fame received a $10,000 grant for his charity, New Directions Housing Corp, a non-profit organization he founded in 1994 to supply low-income Illinois residents with affordable housing. New Directions has built or rehabilitated hundreds of multi-family units as well as worked with other groups to provide food, after-school care for children, immunizations and more to the people it serves.
Also, Goodwin is a member of the NAR President’s Circle, the Illinois Association of REALTORS® Hall of Fame and the Chicago Association of REALTORS® Hall of Fame. He is the founder of Retail Properties of America REIT and is chairman of the National Association of Real Estate Trusts Non-traded REIT Council. He is chairman of the Board of Inland Bancorp and a director of the Chicago Better Government Association.
Also, this past week, Goodwin was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Investment Program Association at the 30th Annual IPA Conference in Ellicott City, Md., then accepted a crystal trophy for the Good Neighbor Award at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in San Diego.