Casey earned his B. Sc. Degree in Agricultural Economics in 2002 and quickly emerged as a leading businessman in real estate and finance. At age 23, Casey founded Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC. Various successful real estate and business ventures ensued after that, driven largely from the collaboration between Casey and his business partner Hunter Goodwin class of ‘96. For many small and large business owners, Casey is a trusted advisor and mentor. Casey enjoys being a resource for entrepreneurs and sharing what has driven his success. In addition to serving as an employer and mentor, Casey’s philanthropic contributions positively impact the community. He remains a generous donor and supporter of many faith-based organizations, diverse charities and scholastic programs.
Casey currently serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC and is rooted in every aspect of the business he founded. He oversees corporate strategic planning, positioning, and overall corporate initiatives. Casey is responsible for creating new business strategies, establishing and monitoring operational and financial key performance indicators and assisting in the implementation of company-wide strategic goals. He is also assigned with structuring and negotiating new business ventures and initiatives for the company and monitoring the efficient resource allocation of personnel and capital. In addition, Casey is a managing member and/or partner of multiple real estate and business partnerships.
Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC was formed in early 2004 as a commercial real estate brokerage firm. A short time thereafter, the company launched the commercial real estate management division. Early brokerage and management efforts centered on small multifamily and commercial projects, however it became apparent that an opportunity existed to serve larger institutional grade investments in underserved markets similar to Bryan/College Station. Encouraged by early achievements, Oldham Goodwin expanded its line of brokerage and management services throughout the region and soon began to grow into a team of highly skilled and specialized brokers and managers. Oldham Goodwin’s mission is: “Maximize value creation for all stakeholders by providing integrated commercial real estate services to select market segments.” The company’s distinct accessible expertise and connection with its target markets provides it a marked advantage with a broad scope of clientele. In 2006, having experienced success as a commercial real estate brokerage and management company, the company was able to expand into the commercial development and hospitality management arenas. Two years later, the management division grew its hospitality portfolio to include hotel partnerships with the most prestigious select service brands including Hyatt, Hilton, Marriott, Best Western, Wyndham and Intercontinental Hotels.
Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC employed more than 350 employees at the end of 2012, with a 2012 payroll of more than $9 million. The company manages 23 commercial properties valued at $~68 million, 11 multifamily units valued at $~51 million, and seven hotels valued at $~64 million, representing in total $~183,000,000 of managed real estate. Transaction volume in 2012 exceeded $100 million.
Casey’s record of service is commendable. His “Prof-for-a-Day” involvements in several Agricultural Economics classes are well known, with our real-estate oriented students’ knowledge quotient exponentially enhanced by his candid insights and perspectives of opportunities for young entrepreneurs in this field. He is a member of the College of Agriculture Development Council and a long-term supporter of the Rural Entrepreneurial Dreams event, annually providing meeting room facilities. Oldham Goodwin Group, LLC is a magnet for Agricultural Economics students seeking both internships and permanent employment, with Casey providing real and life-long experiences for many of our students.
Casey has a significant presence in community service. He has served as a Governing Council Member of the Realtors Commercial Alliance Committee for the Texas Association of Realtors, Chair of the Bryan/College Station Board of Realtors Commercial Committee, Director of the Bryan/College Station Association of Realtors, a member of the City of Bryan Tax Incremental Finance Committee. Currently, Casey serves as a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, a member of the Leadership Council for Invest Research Valley, and a member of the Texas A&M Foundation Real Estate Gift Committee.
Casey and his wife Sarah live in College Station, TX.