This is a condominium inspection. A condominium inspection does not generally include many exterior features that a typical home inspection would cover. Most of the exterior components are owned and maintained by the Home Owners Association (HOA). This includes, but not limited to, siding, trim, fascia, downspouts, gutters, patios, sidewalks, driveways, roofing and vegetation. Although some general comments about these components may be made available, it is not part of the inspection. In some condominiums, there may be no access to the attic, and this will be documented in the inspection report.
It is recommended that you research what components are the responsibility of the home owner (co-owner) and which components fall under the responsibility of the HOA. There are general items that most HOA's cover, but each HOA has its' own Master Deed that describes, in detail, where the responsibility lies.
Also keep in mind that although an item may be the responsibility of the HOA, it is up to the Home Owner's Association as to how, when and if an issue will be addressed.