I bought a house a few years ago and the inspection report came back with pages and pages of, what I would consider to be, non-material maintenance issues. Honestly, I considered them to be rather petty... I didn't ask for money from the seller. I ignored many of them completely, and others I repaired myself over time, but I understand that some potential buyers might be quite alarmed by pages and pages of so-called deficiencies. I adhere to TREC standards, and even go beyond in many ways, but I report on "material" deficiencies.... meaning items that are either going to be expensive to repair or dangerous if not repaired. My reports are concise, uncluttered, and they get to the point quickly. I usually email my reports within hours. They are generally self-explanatory, but I offer to go through the report with the client. I have found that a little bit of context really helps allay fears and worries.