A 4th-generation Alamo resident and realtor, Chris Campbell’s passion for the community and its real estate is unmatched. With a reputation for honesty, integrity and vast local knowledge, he brings enthusiasm and exceptional negotiating skills to The Agency, working alongside his wife, fellow agent Dea Campbell.
Hailing from a family with strong ties to the local community (his great grandfather developed the street where he purchased his first home, and his extended family resides in Alamo and Danville), Christopher is widely regarded as a neighborhood expert who goes above and beyond to help his clients achieve success. A hard-worker and consummate professional, Christopher stands behind the belief that true success comes from going above and beyond the call of duty. With a background in corporate sales, Chris has proven an expert negotiator who understands the art of crafting an exceptional deal. Highly attuned to the needs of his clients, he is skilled at reading any situation in order to achieve stellar results.
A licensed agent since 1989, Christopher began his professional career working in the highly competitive medical sales field, eventually being promoted to Director of Sales for a Genomic analysis company. While fulfilling, Christopher desired more time with his family and knew he needed a change; he began working with his mother, a successful agent in Alamo and Danville, and his corporate background allowed him to hit the ground running. Christopher was named Rookie of the Year in 2002 by Remax Accord, the largest residential firm in the area at the time, and went on to become a top-producing agent.
In his time outside of real estate, Christopher enjoys woodworking and home improvement projects, classic cars and trucks, football, riding and racing motocross, staying physically fit, and, most of all, spending time with his family. Christopher serves on the Board of Directors for San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District. He is proud to be raising his children in the Alamo home his grandparents built in 1938—where both he and his father grew up.