The tenant/buyer is already very familiar with the house and is probably okay with it since they’re considering purchase. The inspection isn’t a requirement, so be sure to ask them what their concerns are (or why they feel the need to have this information to inform their decision to follow through with the purchase after staying in the house as a lessee). Otherwise, the report is pretty much normal and based on the conditions at the time of inspection. It begins its “decay” as soon as its delivered (we have to maintain our records for five frickin years, but I consider the effects of fecal alchemy and consider mine to begin rapidly deteriorating before I make it out the driveway). Anyway, the decision they need to make–obtaining financing and the like–is now, so they want the inspection now. I take it they didn’t ask for this information specifically, so give them an enlightening report, leave them with a “Now that you’ve had a home inspection” booklet (a $20ish value), a small stack of business cards, a complementary refrigerator magnet, and any other swag you have laying around, beg them for a Facebook review and a page like, and then move on to the next deserving client!