Good luck in your continued search.
Also, there doesn't appear to be any language in the home inspector's agreement stating that we can't give/sell the report to the sellers.
So it appears that we don't have to give them the report, much less for free. Also, we're not in PA. I'm not sure why it says that, must be a trulia glitch.
If you are using the standard PA Association of Realtors sales agreement, it contains the language "Seller has the right, upon request, to receive a free copy of any inspection Report from the party for whom it was prepared."
In the event, the inspection has nothing to do with your decision to not go through with the purchase...you requested and paid for the inspection and normally,the seller has no right to its content.
However, I don't know the norm in PA. Here in CT, the buyers are not obligated to furnish the sellers a copy of the report unless you are in the midst of negotiating repairs or issues noted on the report.
Moreover, I only provide a copy of the page wherein the issues requested are noted.
Best of luck on your next journey.
The emphasis is on FREE, you do not get reimbursed for the cost of the inspection.
Hope that helps.
Good luck on the next home and if this issue bothers you cross it out on the next agreement of sale that you have on the next home.