HOUSTON — Nine Houston townhouse owners are suing a real estate company and president, alleging fraud and breach of warranty.

Luke Haverman, Aimee Haverman, Gerald Farnaby, Kimberly Smith, Andrew Hanes, Kaila Hanes, Lynsey Jackson, Alan Morrison and Austin Hill filed a complaint July 5 in Harris County District Court against Prime Texas Investments Inc. and Alberto Alaniz,alleging failure to comply with the Texas Residential Construction Liability Act.

According to the complaint, the plaintiffs suffered damages for purchasing newly constructed homes at the Views on East Crockett in Houston that were defective. The suit says the damages include improper installation of the stucco wall system, plumbing leaks and substantial water penetration. 

The plaintiffs allege the defendants failed to construct the townhouse building in a good and workmanlike manner and failed to repair the defects that have been cited.

The plaintiffs seek trial by jury, actual and exemplary damages, plus interest, costs of court and all other general and special relief. They are represented by attorney Jeffrey W. Glass of Jeffrey W. Glass PC in Houston.

Harris County District Court case number 2017-44303

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