Roof Eave Vent Blocks
Here's a roof eave vent block that is located and
a aesthetically pleasing location.
If the vent block was located on the sides it might look a little strange.
This entire area of the roof looks great, everything looks nice in this picture and should not be a problem with your home inspection.
I would like to point out that the crown molding could be a problem that is located right below the arrow. Make sure there are no gaps in between the molding where it butts up against the siding.
If there are any gaps, make sure you fill them with caulking. These are great spots to collect moisture and over time this moisture will leak into the window and possibly the window framing, this of course could create wood rot or attract termites.
Always keep your eye out for horizontal or level sections of the house that could accumulate moisture like this one.