Shandra Campbell is a true Santa Barbara native, with a deep sense of pride, and long-standing knowledge of this jewel on the Central Coast. With over 30 years of exemplary real estate experience, in a beloved town she calls home, Shandra’s expertise and thoughtful insight are unsurpassed – a true professional in every sense of the word.
With a blend of genuine enthusiasm, compassion, and skillful negotiation, Shandra excels in understanding both the business and personal side of every transaction. Utilizing expert knowledge of current market trends, she capitalizes on the invaluable role that technology plays in delivering up-to-the-minute information – buyers remain well informed, and sellers are assured of sound representation. She has earned the respect of a loyal and sophisticated clientele, who trust her discretion and appreciate her exceptionally high standards.
Highly regarded among her peers, Shandra has a well-established network of trusted professionals within the real estate industry and related fields. As members of the respected family of agents at Village Properties for over twenty years, Shandra and her husband Ted Campbell, are continually top-producing agents.
Ultimately, it is the unique brand of caring, personalized service, exceptional communication, and impeccable integrity that is the foundation on which Shandra’s outstanding career is based.
“Helping my clients achieve their goals, while establishing long-term working relationships, brings joy to a career that I love!”
Additional Experience & Interests
Bachelor of Arts in French – University of California, Santa Barbara, California
Graduate Studies – Westmont College, Montecito, California
Life-long resident of Montecito, California
Leisure activities include travel, tennis, conversational French, literature, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Santa Barbara Mental Wellness Center – Committee Member since 2001
Women’s Fund Santa Barbara
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Mental Wellness Center
World Business Academy
Ocean Hills Church