Actually this is very typical.
House is no where near ready for a home inspection. Not that many of them are. My attempt to send agents a article on how to prepare for a home inspection went on deaf ears.
Here is my new list.
Hire contractors with no license, experience and do not pull permits.
Have contractors in the home painting while the inspection is being conducted.
Make sure door bells, lights and smoke alarms are inoperable so it appears the house is poorly maintained
Trim vegetation so it grows onto or over the roof so animals can get in or on the structure.
Make sure all garage door openers are inoperable with no safety features.
Pile builder debris as high as possible to block access to attics and other areas the inspector needs to access.
Turn off as many shut offs to toilets so they can not be inspected.
Make sure that the improper finishing that covers electrical panels has no hardware so the inspector can hold the finish cover with his head while open the deadfront to make it as dangerous as possible.
House was under construction as well. I am now just coming down off my paint high.
And this one I could not locate the main water shut off, it is buried in finishing somewhere.