Yes they do.
I use and prefer Horizon by Carson Dunlop.
You have to create your own narrative.
I also enjoy the fact that they save your reports for 7 years, at no extra cost, and are an all in one business tool.
I feel most home inspection software providers capitalize on the fact that new home inspector can not create their own narratives effectively and want to get to work.
Lot and grounds: Sloped towards the building.
Roofing: No gutter extensions. Exhausting to close to the building.
They do not have to learn about the deficiency and it’s effects. They just have to be able to observe what maybe a defect or deficiency.
Lets presume the lot slopes to the building.
There maybe a water control/management system in place.
When I see a lot slopes deficiency I am preparing myself in advance to the many negative effects it can lead to and know what to pay attention to in the home.
Also some of the narratives are dubius by intent.
Take the descriptive, “serviceable”
Everything is serviceable.
What does serviceable really mean?
It can fixed?
If so, how much?
Why would it be economical to service it?
Can the pieces and parts still be obtained?
If so by whom?
What type of technician will I require?
Is it recalled?
How long would it last before another component in the system failed and had to be ***serviced ***seeing that it is serviceable?
InterNACHI narrative CD on the other hand is an effective tool! You have to use your head and interact with the software.