To kinda add on to what OMB said. Make sure you or the inspector take lots of photo's with the location and description of what has been observed.
Check the hvac system to see if its been serviced regularly. Usually you'll find a sticker with dates and what parts or services were provided. And how old it is, it might be working now but it could be on its last legs
Check the water heater as well for rust, leaks, or bulging pipes
Make sure the gutters are clean and water spouts are directed away from the foundation. Some of the homes i looked at looked great until i looked behind the gutters and found dry rotted wood.
Also check the circuit breaker brand and model number. Some models are known to fail and cause fires
Take a look at any trees on the property that could be dying or need to have branches trimmed off. Especially if the branches are growing over the home
Have the sewer line and pipes inspected as well.
I got lucky and had a great inspector who took the time to explain to me any looming issues with my home and I was able to get the previous owners to fix the problems.