Why don't I?
Because either way I go I take it on the chin. But if I don't mention it, sooner or later I will be bitten in the hiney.
Bring up what?
The two small, decorative roofs over the front porch roof window are not level - look at the trim. The right side is much worse than the left, but you can see that neither is level.
And the guardrail is not level either.
The buyer did not even notice it. If the building supervisor did, he had not tried to correct it. But I am a purist and I look for things like that, particularly on new homes.
Why don't I like to bring these kinds of things up? Because once the buyer sees it, it will always be noticed. And it will eventually be a bother!
If I don't bring it up, one day the buyer will notice, or the neighbor across the street will bring it up. Then I get the phone call - perceived structural problems (when there aren't any)!
So it was brought to the buyer's attention and put into the report. The mention got heads shaking.
Overall it was a nice house, with just a few mentionables. But...
At least it has American drywall!
My recommendation: It is always best to be complete and thorough. Sometimes, though, that causes problems in and of itself!