R. Andy Fazendin
R. Andy Fazendin Owner/Broker
15550 Wayzata Blvd.
Wayzata, MN 55391
In 2000 Roger “Andy” joined this three generation family company and became a REALTOR. Andy graduated from St. Bart’s in Wayzata, Benilde-St. Margaret’s High School in St. Louis Park and earned a bachelors degree from Santa Clara University in California. After graduation he worked in San Francisco at a computer software company as an analyst, database manager and analyst group manager. Andy also served two years as a volunteer in Belize, Central America.
After returning from Belize, Andy made the decision to join the family business. He grew up around the real estate industry and was drawn by all the wonderful people working at Fazendin. After 5 years as a successful sales agent Andy assumed the position of sales manager. In 2008 he was named President of Fazendin Realtors. The years as an agent were invaluable for Andy’s knowledge development and understanding of the residential real estate industry.
Andy has been very involved in the Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORS where he served on the executive board of directors and was the President in 2013. He also works with the State Association as a chairman for the professional standards and ethics committee. Andy is a member and past President (2008-2009) of the Wayzata Rotary Club and is active in both the Twin West and Wayzata Chamber of Commerce.
Andy and his wife, Elizabeth, live in Orono. Elizabeth is a physician at the VA Medical Center. Besides spending time with their 2 daughters and son, Andy and Elizabeth enjoy all outdoor activities especially hiking, fishing and camping. They also travel whenever and wherever possible. In his independent free time Andy enjoys golf, ice hockey and curling.
Andy’s enthusiasm, innovation, strong work ethic, communication skills and patience has helped shape the company. He is fiercely dedicated to carrying on and improving upon the business started by his grandfather and built by his father. He truly loves his job and works every day to improve upon his performance.