New construction inspections are conducted, by a code inspector, during the process of constructing a new building or structure to ensure that it is being built according to the plans and specifications, and in compliance with applicable building codes and regulations. These code inspections may be conducted at various stages of the construction process, such as foundation, framing, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and final inspections. The purpose of new construction inspections is to ensure that the construction is being done safely and correctly, and to identify any issues or deficiencies that may need to be addressed before the building or structure is occupied. New construction inspections are typically carried out by a building inspector or other qualified professional who has the expertise to identify potential problems and ensure that the construction is being done in accordance with the relevant codes and standards.
This is probably something that you will have to educate your real estate agent on. They are not taught this currently.