Brookfield Property Partners LP (BPY_u)

Toronto
23.29
0.00(0.00%)
  • Volume:
    0
  • Bid/Ask:
    23.27/23.43
  • Day's Range:
    23.07 - 23.90
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Canada
  • ISIN:BMG162491077
  • CUSIP:G16249107

BPY_u Overview

Prev. Close
23.44
Day's Range
23.07-23.9
Revenue
7.87B
Open
23.36
52 wk Range
13.8-23.94
EPS
-
Volume
0
Market Cap
10.3B
Dividend (Yield)
1.67
(7.51%)
Average Volume (3m)
912,201
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
-
1-Year Change
55.16%
Shares Outstanding
440,947,607
Next Earnings Date
-
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Brookfield Property Partners LP Company Profile

Brookfield Property Partners LP Company Profile

Brookfield Property Partners, through Brookfield Property Partners L.P. and its subsidiary Brookfield Property REIT Inc., is one of the world’s premier real estate companies, with approximately $88 billion in total assets. We own and operate iconic properties in the world’s major markets, and our global portfolio includes office, retail, multifamily, logistics, hospitality, self-storage, triple net lease, manufactured housing and student housing. Brookfield Property Partners is the flagship listed real estate company of Brookfield Asset Management Inc., a leading global alternative asset manager with over $540 billion in assets under management. More information is available at www.brookfield.com. As of July 26, 2021, Brookfield Property Partners L.P. operates as a subsidiary of Brookfield Asset Management Inc.

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      • All unitholders may get premium shares if deal
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        • $30 👍👎
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          • So what happens if this gets bought NY Brookfield? Will it be delisted from the exchange?
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            • I think the increase was due to the acquisition may be now it will be steady
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              • Dont sell!!!
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                • will there be much more upside considering it's at the price Brookfield wants to buy it at?
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              • What a beaut
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                • hhhh
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                  • $24 soon
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                    • I'm worried about a dividend cut. I'd hope the new man Mark Carney would find a way to stop it. He's too smart and Brookfield is too big to risk a BPY.UN crash. If a cut is last resort maybe it won't be a big cut to avert a crash?
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                      • No cuts relax
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                      • exactly no cut. chill. bpy has enough to support the year. easy. bam won't down shareholders either
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                      • Nobody cutting
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                    • Whats going on with JC Penny!?
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                      • Done deal, $800M price tag
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                      • Matt Kershawno was 300 M
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                    • Solid dividend stock with huge long-term growth potential. Pandemics are temporary. And they sit on $5-6B in cash at any given time. And they have the backing of a giant parent company. Any downside or income shock is temporary.
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                      • Yup i wish i could buy more with rei
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                    • buy before august 28!!! watch in two years this will be back to $27 easy!!!
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                      • On Jul 9 i said BPY will be flat until the time corona subsides, now is that time. Clear your other trades and move here for moderate growth and big dividends.
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                        • Was written at $11.99 usd
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                        • I bought 755 shares lets gooo
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                      • How stable is this dividend? Looking at a payout ratio of 112%. That is trouble in my opinion
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                        • They wont cut it
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                      • why is anyone selling this ? rentals go up in price in recessions more people forclose and sell there houses and privately owned multi family buildings which in turn real estate giants like this can buy privately owned apartments with no downside potential after a collapse they have a large surplus of cash? you guys think that if there was a major collapse Brookfield will stand by and watch or will they use common sense and use there surplus of cash to buy under valued properties or build properties hence making the company alot more larger when the time pandemic ends
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                        • especially commercial companies yes companies go out of business small realestate company's that can't afford to take a hit from not having clients will have to sell to the only people that have money the real estate giants. so much irrational desperation moves in the markets for no reason lately
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                      • Bcpy sending offers tenders to set $12 USD purchase price per unit
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                        • Even I got tender offer. Should hold or sell in tender?
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                        • Even I got tender offer. Should hold or sell in tender?
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                        • Dont sell it will pass that easy
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                      • next 10-12 years this will drop again to 12 something a share just be ready to fill up!!! or buy now get dividends and sell before 9 years and wait on the side lines. for next "problem" that comes up.
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                        • With BAM backing them up, the risk of default is very low. Flat for now, but once corona backs off again this will jump. Buy in now for dividends, buy in a bit later if you have some other trades in the short term.
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                          • waiting for 12.75 before buying
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                            • lol
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                            • be waiitng till your retired
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                          • Waiting for $12 before buying in.
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                            • $12.65 my number
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                            • Did you get any? If you missedmit by a hair sorry.
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                          • all in
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                            • This still a decent buy.. Or people think there might be a commercial property surplus??
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                              • It is lagging because of malls story. Yet all their mall assets are premier quality. Question is will wealthier people will stop shopping. (laugh here and buy)
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                            • what is the biggest difference between this and H&R Reit? thanks!
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                              • If it for the dividend Brookfield has less of a risk of cutting because it would effect the parent company's income. Watch the payout ratios. H&R is above 100 percent. Slate Office (SOT.UN) cut last year and has a 65% payout and no risk to retail. 97% of tenants paid their rent.
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