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Military Home Inspectors – BGRS Third Party Service Providers




Trust your Brookfield Approved Military Relocation Home Inspector

Home inspections are used to provide an opportunity for a buyer to identify any major issues with a home prior to closing. Your first clue that a home inspection is important is that it can be used as a contingency in your contract with the seller. This contingency provides that if significant defects are revealed by a home inspection, you can back out of your purchase offer, free of penalty, within a certain time frame.

What a Home Inspection Covers

Inspectors vary in experience, ability and thoroughness, but a good inspector should examine certain components of the home and then produce a report covering his or her findings. The typical inspection lasts two to three hours and you should be present for the inspection to get a firsthand explanation of the inspector’s findings and, if necessary, ask questions.

Choose from the Following Approved Home Inspectors


About the base

Canadian Forces Base Borden (CFB Borden) is located approximately 100 kilometers north of Toronto, in the heart of Simcoe County, one of the major tourist areas in Ontario. The base is the largest training establishment in the CAF and is home to a variety of other military and Defence Team organizations. On average, CFB Borden trains 20,000 military personnel annually. It also employs approximately 3,250 military members and 1,500 civilians. The base is comprised of 21,000 acres of land, including a 6,000 acre training area. The Commander of CFB Borden is also Commander of the Military Personnel Generation Training Group (MPGTG), the headquarters of which are also located at CFB Borden.


CFB Borden was created to train more troops for Canada’s contribution to the First World War. Known at the time as “Sandy Plains”, the ground was designated as a new training grounds for Canadian Expeditionary Force battalions destined for over-seas duty. The Grey and Simcoe Foresters cleared the land, and in the summer of 1916 Camp Borden was officially opened by Sir Sam Hughes, the Minister of Militia and Defense. Thousands of soldiers trained in Borden, and development continued, including 18 km of trenches built to simulate the trench warfare of WWI. CFB Borden celebrated its centennial year in 2016 and is proud to continue our mission of training for a second century.



  • CFB Borden HQ
  • CFB Borden Technical Services
  • CFB Borden Base Operations
  • CFB Borden Administration Branch
  • CFB Borden Comptroller Branch
  • CFB Borden Management Advisory Services
  • Military Personnel Generation Training Group (MPGTG) HQ


  • Canadian Forces Ammunition Depot Angus
  • Canadian Forces Recruiting Group HQ
  • 31 Canadian Forces Health Services Centre
  • Canadian Forces Health Services Training Centre
  • 1 Dental Unit Detachment Borden
  • Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineering School
  • Canadian Forces Military Police Academy
  • 3rd Canadian Ranger Patrol Group
  • Grey and Simcoe Foresters
  • 400 Tactical Helicopter Squadron
  • Regional Cadet Support Unit Central
  • Regional Cadet Instruction School Central
  • Cadet Training Centre Blackdown
  • Shared Services Canada Det Borden
  • Military Police Det Borden
  • Real Property Operations Det (Borden)
  • Civilian Human Resources Centre
  • Deputy Judge Advocate – Borden
  • Learning and Career Centre
  • Dispute Resolution Centre
  • Complaint Management Centre
  • PSP National Training Centre
  • 16 Wing Borden HQ
  • Canadian Forces School of Aerospace Technology & Engineering
  • Royal Canadian Air Force Academy


  • Canadian Forces Chaplain School and Centre (CFChSC)
  • Canadian Forces Fire/and CBRN Academy (CFFCA)
  • Canadian Forces Logistics Training Centre (CFLTC)
  • Canadian Forces Training Development Centre (CFTDC)     


  • CAF Connection Website – Borden
  • Services and benefits for the military

Borden facilities and services available to Non-Defence agencies

Other Federal Government Departments, Foreign Military Forces, Provincial, Regional and Municipal governments as well as the public may be provided access to certain training programs and some physical assets held at CFB Borden.

Under-utilized property, infrastructure or capability may occasionally be available due to cyclical workloads. Where a request does not conflict with military operations or place the Department of National Defence in unfair competition with private industry, arrangements may be made to access Base Borden facilities and services. Please contact Base Operations Business Development Office for further inquiries.

Business Development Office
CFB Borden
PO Box 1000 Stn Main
Borden ON  L0M 1C0
Telephone: 705-424-1200 ext. 5355
Fax: 705-423-1212