Just to throw some ideas in your direction; keep in mind that when you ask us questions on this board that we only see the very small view that you show us.
In these cases we have cracks. There are different types of cracks and you should learn to differentiate what causes each type. It tells a large story about what’s going on. There are straight cracks, step cracks, sharing cracks, cracks with lateral movement etc.
I read this a long time ago and it stuck with me. Evaluation of a crack cannot be determined during a one time viewing (such as a home inspection). Without historical reference or future testing, it cannot be determined if this crack is currently active. Photographs are taken for historical reference.
In photograph #1 I see a gutter downspout. Also, what’s that white thing below the crack? This is a heads up to me and should be also considered.
I utilize a 1+1+1+1+1=5 approach to cracks. What does it look like inside the wall, outside the wall, above the crack, below the crack, are there other components such as doors and windows that show signs of structural movement associated with the crack?
I don’t think that any crack requires a recommendation for repair. If it is that substantial, then a structural engineer should be doing the repair part of reporting.