Wow. Dina are you sure the inspectors are there?
Buyer for sure. If they cant be there no big deal but the items will need to be explained and that may need to be done by the buyers agent. Personally I dont want to do that.
I sell RE plus recruit and train new agents (and old arrggh) I am really concerned with the young cocky males. They know it all and want to help with everything. NOT! As an agent you are dumber than a stump. You don't know anything about nothing! (so to speak) But you know who does!!! (not your broker!) We rely on the specialists: mortgage, title, attorneys, insurance, survey, contractors, gettin the pix? Dont be an expert it will get you in trouble!
So, seek out the best on the business and develop a relationship with them. Make it at least 3 in each category and provide the client with 3 names, unbiased.
For the inspection Listing agent should stop by for a few minutes in the beginning to see if there are any questions and maybe the very end but don't hang out. Get out of there and let the inspectors do their job. Sellers should not be there, they could be accused of distracting the inspector.