Just as is expected. The seller's repair person did not complete all of the required repairs and several of the completed repairs were not done according to industry standards.
My buyer did re-hire the home inspector to check up on the quality of the repairs. The handy man elected to use flexible dryer vent material to connect the bathroom vent to the roof cap exit vent. The home inspector reminded the handy man that industry standards require a PCV pipe or sheet metal for attic piping- not a dryer vent material.
As I guessed, most of the insulated covered roof soffit vents were still not discovered by the seller's relative/handy man. The buyer's inspector had to not only send over photos, but he also had to hand draw where the remaining vents were located in order for that repair to be completed. The inspector had to make a third inspection of the property after all repairs were finally made in order to verify everything was correctly completed.My buyer thanked me several times for suggesting that he re-hire his home inspector to check-up on and give extensive guidance to the handy man.
My buyer said he was expecting the repairs would be completed by a professional and that he would never have guessed there might be any problems with the repairs.
The knowledge gained by anyone reading this blog might be to always re-hire your home inspector to re-inspect the home you are about to buy to insure the agreed to repairs were fully completed and that the repairs were completed in an industry standard professional manner.