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Mark your calendars:

On Saturday, February 28, from 10:00am – 1:00pm, Bridge Street Development Corporation and the Bed-Stuy Works Alliance of Block and Resident Associations present “Your Property: Keeping it in the Family,” a panel discussion that will inform you of the steps you can take immediately to prepare to transfer ownership responsibilities of your home or business to family members when you are no longer able to handle things.Designed for parents and their heirs, this session will examine key concerns that arise when it is time to pass responsibilities to the next generation. You will hear from a team of professionals that will help you to ensure that your most valuable asset, your home, can be passed on to the next generation. Stick around after the panel, for a roundtable session with the panelists.

The event will take place at Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Community Room, located at 1368 Fulton Street in Brooklyn.

Panelists include:

Estate Planner – Audra Barrow, Law Office of Audra J. Barrow: Strategies to keep property in the family.

Property Manager – Charlene Gayle, The Macon Realty: Business aspects of property and tenant management

Insurance Professional -Eustace Greaves, Greaves Financial Services & The Bridge Insurance Agency: How much, when, and what you need to insure.

Financial Education Counselor -Idesta Severin, Office of Financial Education at Restoration Plaza: Strategies for managing your budget to maintain your property

Foreclosure Prevention Counselor -Masanna Johnson, Bridge Street Development Corp: What preventative measures may be needed to prevent the loss of property

Youth Financial Planner -Candi Hinton, Transamerica Financial Advisors, Inc.: How to prepare the next generation for the financial responsibility of homeownership 

Policy Manager -Caroline Nagey, Center for NYC Neighborhoods: How to prevent losing your home due to unpaid property taxes

Space is limited, so be sure to register online in advance. For more information please call (718) 636-7596 ext. 214 or email


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