Most common problem I come across during a home inspection is electrical issues. Loose hanging wires, connections missing junction boxes with covers, just covers, extension cords being used improperly(see below) or just outlets and switches missing covers. If your trying to sell a home make these quick and easy repairs it will go a long way with the buyer.
Front door missing light fixture, note condition of the box with live wires-SAFETY HAZARD
Dryer thats running on 240v power is secured to loose board-SAFETY HAZARD
Extension cord supplying power for washer machine and sump pump. Both should have a dedicated secured outlet. What was worse was the washer was filling the sump pump crock and then pumping it outside on the ground. There was a basement sink involed also. All wrong.
Just let it hang.
Junction box hanging by the wires-SAFETY HAZARD
Loose electrical wires missing junction box with cover-SAFETY HAZARD. In addition recessed lighting under insulation. Unless recessed lighting fixture is rated for an insulated ceiling than there should be a 3" clearence from the insulation.
A label stating IC on the canister means it can be covered safely. Otherwise safety recommends pulling insulation back.
Cover is there just install it this way I wouldn't of seen the crap job and exposed wire.
Most homes have small issues like this that can be fixed quickly. It goes a long way with the buyer because if they see the inspector making notes repeadily they get nervous. Keep in mind it's the inspectors job to call them out and write them down. Most of these issues cost little to low money to fix.