From experience [FONT=Comic Sans MS][size=2]what I first think of AC lines missing insulation,
attic insulation, windows, stucco/wall cracks, driveway/lead walks if pavers.
Check the dryer transition vent-sometimes dumb builders will use the non-approved mylar foil type.
I’ll betcha the oven anti-tip bracket is not installed.
Basically if it is a new home final. You have to stay sharp. We have done 100’s of new home inspections. If it can be broken or forgotten then at some point it probably will be. Now it is your job to find all of those. Stay on your toes. One thing you do not want to do is assume that because it is a new house and a city or county building inspector has signed off that it must be good. That is when you get in trouble.
Clogged plumbing and debris in the garbage disposal is not unusual. The workers use these fixtures to dispose of all sorts of stuff.
Make sure the dishwasher drains. A lot of times the installers neglect to remove the knock-out in the garbage disposal connection tube.
Cosmetic issues are not typically part of a general home inspection, but I find the new home buyer expects a little “help” in that regard. If I come across something I think the buyer might miss on their walk-through, I will call it out either in the report or in my recap. People really appreciate that, and it results in referrals.