Richardson is the place for art festivals! Annual events include the Cottonwood Art Festival, Huffhines Art Trails Festival, and Wildflower Arts & Music Festival. The community also hosts an annual Christmas Parade, Santa’s Village and Family 4th of July Celebration. City facilities include baseball and athletic fields, picnic areas and playgrounds as well as 40 miles or trails and walkways between Galatyn Woodland Preserve, Breckinridge Park or the Spring Creek Nature Area.
With its own Symphony Orchestra, Richardson Community Band, Theatre Centre, Repertory Company Theatre, Chamber Music Society, Visual Art Society and a number of Ballet troupes and other dance groups. Richardson has become a foundation for the arts for both local entertainment and national touring companies. The Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations attracts people throughout North Texas to attend concerts, theatrical performances, and business meetings in an 117,000 square foot, multi-purpose public facility. Other popular attractions include the Owens Spring Farm and Museum, Miss Belle’s Place (a famous Victorian farmhouse) and the North Texas Auto Museum. Richardson’s central location makes it an entertainment hotspot itself and also makes it easily accessible to all the major area attractions, shopping establishments, and sporting events offered in the multiple cities that surround Richardson.
Residents of Richardson have a diversity of choices—from older established neighborhoods to new home communities. The Richardson Independent School District has a long-standing reputation for educational excellence, and the district is continually recognized at both the state and national levels. RISD received a “Recognized” rating from the Texas Education Agency from 2006-2012, the largest, most diverse district in Texas to earn that rating over those consecutive years.
Jason Todd is a native Texan and has lived here all his life. He grew up in the Lewisville area and is a graduate of Lewisville High School. He worked full time as a retail manager while attending the University of North Texas, where he graduated with a degree in business, specializing in marketing.
After graduating, he continued his success in retail management for over ten years and owned a very successful home interior business for over five years. The passion to help clients with real estate related needs drove Jason to pursue a career as a full time REALTOR. He is now solely dedicated to helping his buyer's and seller's, and for the last 25 years Jason has been exceeding his clients' expectations. His sales and marketing skills are tested over and over again.
Jason is a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Collin County Association of Realtors and specializes in the areas of Coppell, Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village, Double Oak, Lantana, and the surrounding communities.
Jason is very active in the community where he has lived for over forty years! He has seen a lot of change in this time, which gives him extensive knowledge of the area.
Customers describe Jason as “having a passion for helping people.” To Jason, it’s not just another real estate transaction that he is interested in, but a lifelong relationship. He often says “the greatest compliment anyone can pay me is in trusting me to help their friends and loved ones find the home of their dreams.”
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"Jason Todd is a great realtor! His professionalism is top notch. Jason is knowledgeable in his market area and works very hard putting his clients first! I highly recommend Jason when buying or selling a home! Jason is one of the best in the Real Estate Industy!"