Janet Larson

Janet Larson

Associate Broker

Direct: (410) 310-1797
Office: (410) 822-6665
Email: jlarson@bensonandmangold.com
Website: www.shoremove.com

About Janet Larson

One of Talbot County’s top producers, and an Associate Broker with Benson & Mangold, Janet strives to provide her buyers and sellers with the highest level of service and professionalism possible through all stages of their real estate transactions. She provides every client with the service and attention she would personally expect from a real estate professional. This basic guiding principle in her conduct of business has served Janet and her clients extremely well. The consistent loyalty and volume of referrals from her client base is a testament to her excellent performance as a Realtor in the Mid-shore area.

Janet has lived in our area since 1985, residing in Queen Anne’s County for 12 years prior to her move to Easton in 1998. She is a graduate of Dickinson College where she majored in Political Science and Environmental Studies and worked as a lobbyist for the Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce. After graduation she worked on the D.C. legislative staff of two United States Senators and has since served as Vice President of two computer software companies in Annapolis.

Janet is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Maryland Association of Realtors and the Midshore Board of Realtors. She is active in the community and has served on numerous local boards including the Parent’s Association and the Board of Trustees of The Country School, the Parent’s Association of Gunston Day School, the board of the American Cancer Society, and has volunteered for the Talbot County YMCA as well as “Project Idlewild”, a local effort to build a children’s playground at Idlewild Park.

She is a sports enthusiast who loves golf, tennis, hiking, working out and running. Janet is a member of the Academy Art Museum and belongs to Cross Court Athletic Club and the Talbot Country Club. She resides in Easton’s beautiful downtown historic district and has three children–all grown, out on their own and gainfully employed.


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