When my buyer (and most other buyers) attend a home inspection on the home they are purchasing they prefer that the seller and listing agent are not present. The buyer, the buyer’s agent and the inspector need to be able to discuss the findings and talk about possible resolutions without being interrupted by the seller or their agent.
If the listing agent needs or wants to attend the inspection they should make that known prior to and not just show up to watch, take notes or to see if any questions need to be answered during the inspection.
It’s considered rude and unprofessional for the listing agent to just pop-in and stand around as an observer. The inspection report is the property of the buyer. In Texas the inspector must have permission to provide the report to anyone other than the buyer. The same standard of practice applies to the appraisal. The seller does not get a copy unless the buyer feels like giving them one.
No news is good news! If the buyer has no requests, the seller shouldn't be pounding their fists looking for one. Otherwise you just might get the laundry list you were hoping to avoid.