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Chuck Mangold

Associate Broker, Benson and Mangold


31 Goldsborough St.
Easton, MD 21601


Phone: 410-924-8832 



Q: What advice would you offer for someone just starting out?

A: First, congratulations! This job is so much fun and offers anyone, with any background, a chance to create an incredibly rewarding career.

The best advice is to have blind faith that you will eventually prevail. This profession gives a generous return for consistent, long-term effort. Focus on the process, not results. Ask successful agents to help you plan your steps. Use this and your creativity to make a plan for every day. You might feel like you’re beating your head against the wall, particularly in the beginning. This is where the blind faith is important. Follow your plan and don’t stop. Then, out of nowhere, it will start working, I promise, and once it does you can take it to any level.

While some days are a bit stressful, I rarely feel like I’m going to work. I have to make myself go to bed because I cannot wait for the next day to begin to see what happens. I feel very lucky to have this career.

Q: What is your background?

A: A Talbot County resident since age eight, I attended Saints Peter & Paul schools before receiving an associate degree from Chesapeake College, then Loyola College in Baltimore. I joined Benson & Mangold in 2001 after a 13-year career in the auto business. My wife of over 20 years, Lauren, and our three sons Charlie, Robbie and Peter, reside in Easton. I enjoy spending time with them and boating and fishing.

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Awards & Honors: I serve on the Board of Directors for several organizations, including the Academy Art Museum & Cooke’s Hope HOA. I have also served as a past board member of Habitat Choptank, The Country School, the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce and The Mid Shore Board of Realtors.

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