The Seller is not required to anything.
If you put something in writing in the initial Offer, if would be part of the deal.
But if you came back after inspections and gave them a list, they can thumb their noses at you and let you walk. If they were willing to lose the deal over $200 worth of repairs.
If I was your Agent, I would suggest that you get used to being a homeowner and take responsibilty for your own repairs.
It sounds like the Seller is being more than accomodating.
good luck and may God bless
The seller doesn't have to repair anything unless they've agreed to do so in writing. In today's market, a lot of sellers don't do repairs or give repair credits. If sellers do agree to do requested repairs, they can do the repairs themselves unless it states in the signed paperwork that they will pay someone to do them - they should provide receipts for items purchased if they do the repairs themselves. Sellers can also give repair credits in lieu of having the repairs done (or doing them themselves) - unless it's stated in the signed paperwork they will complete the repairs.
If it's only $200-$400 worth of repairs, do you want to take the chance of losing the house due to this? (If either you or the seller cancel contract over this, that is).