Everyone wants to speed up their report process. Canned narratives do not speed things up. They also do not apply exactly to your particular issue, so they have to be modified (for a good report).
I know your trying to learn, not just go fast. These narratives are a good learning tool to learn how to report things.
We all use narratives to some extent, but I recommend you make your own. Make them so that in every inspection they apply to the issue. Like when reading building codes. A long winded explanation of an issue that applies in every instance, so you down have to type it out every time. Then add the particulars like location and unique observations you want to report.
Also when using someone else’s narratives; you have to find the narrative, read it and see if it applies, modify it to fit your case, and post it. If you wrote it, you know if it applies or not.
If you can’t write a narrative about what you see and why it is an issue, your not ready to be inspecting yet. Report writing is a hundred times more important than inspecting the building in this business. Communication to your client, REA’s and sellers is paramount in keeping your butt out of the fire.