Meet John Fiala

You have the ability to choose a professional who best represents you. Therefore, you want to look for an agent who is a direct extension of you and always puts your best interests first. The process of buying and selling takes more than just one meeting. You need to build a working relationship where you feel comfortable, confident and have mutual respect for one another. John is a Windermere agent and a dedicated professional who will truly listen to your needs while fulfilling your wishes. As a citizen-agent, he continually strives to help make his community more vibrant and livable. By combining the power of Windermere with John’s personal integrity and dedication, the fulfillment of your real estate needs will be a positive experience.

John is a dedicated husband and father to three amazing children. He has lived on the Eastside most of his life and is honored to be a member of this great community. John was fortunate to have a career in athletics, which became a major chapter in his life. He was a non-scholarship walk on for the University of Washington Football program. After the first year, he was awarded a full scholarship. By demonstrating leadership skills, John was voted team co-captain by his peers. After graduating from college, John spent the next six years in the N.F.L. with the Pittsburgh Steelers. By displaying his work ethic and dedication, John’s fellow teammates elected him Special Teams Captain for four consecutive years. After a successful career in athletics, John knew it was time to come home to Washington.

John is a cofounder and proud sponsor of the nonprofit organization called The Madhouse Project. He helped form this charity to benefit the fight against cancer. The Madhouse Project pared up with the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. The SCCA is an organization whose mission is supporting world-class cancer research and advancing the standard of cancer patient care. John is passionate about his work, family and community.

How can John Fiala help you?

John’s football career with the University of Washington

John’s football career with the Pittsburgh Steelers

The Madhouse Project Charity