The properties of mass and other advanced properties have smeared on the event horizon itself (by current ideas) to conserve information. I don't know if that is true, but it does not enter the point at the center.

It seems instinctively true that if there is a point where gravity sucks a large amount of stuff into a gravity well, there must be another side to the point where the stuff blows. One theory suggests that black holes may connect to another place where the stuff that fell into the black hole discharges from the connection. The connection would be a wormhole, which is a shortcut through space-time and other dimensions, and has been shown to have a mathematical, and likely a physical, existence. The opposite end of the black hole point would be a white hole. We see very active and energetic sources of light in our universe called quasars, which might very well be examples of white holes. Here is where it gets tricky, but you need to follow this to understand the universe in which we live. Imagine in the parent universe that you had a straight edge that you could put on the edge of space as it curved into the black hole. You place one straight edge on one side, at a slant that intersects the point at the center. The straight edge will protrude out of the other side of the 'singularity point,' and into the 'offspring' universe as a mirror image of its orientation in the 'parent' universe. This is a fair graphical representation of the gravity well of a black hole, and of a hypothetical offspring universe. In this graphical representation, as you go past the point, assuming that a wormhole connects it to some other place, or in our pre-universe's case, some not-place, you see a coordinate switch of the space-time from positive to negative values. If you follow the paths of the straight edges all the way through the wormhole, in our universe the straight edges have switched sides, the one on the left in the parent universe now on the right in ours. Consider it a flip of signs, such that the space in our universe is now a negative of the space in the parent universe. It is time to put on our god shoes, and take a stroll to various points to see what is happening at various points in the history of our universe. From our standpoint, within our universe, the universe is currently expanding at a tremendous clip, expanding from a zero volume point in some other space to something considerably bigger than a sphere twenty-eight billion light years in diameter. If we visit the parent universe, and we find the black hole responsible for our universe's birth, and with the aid of our God shoes, we can see right into the black hole, all the way to the gooey center, we see a point at the center. As far as we can tell from that side, our universe never expanded, and it exists in a zero-volume point if we can tell that it exists at all.

If we visit our universe, say for the first minute of time flow, we see a rushing explosion of space-time, matter, and light. If we visit the parent universe for the same minute (assuming we can find that minute) we find...Nothing much.