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Brookfield Property Partners(Nasdaq: BPY) is apartnershipunder the giant Brookfield umbrella. Brookfield has several publicly traded subsidiaries. The parent company is involved withprivate equity, infrastructure,real estateandpower.

Brookfield Property Partners owns 96 million square feet of office space and 120 million square feet of retail space, and it has 11 million square feet of office and multifamily projects in development.

Last year, the company reported funds from operations (FFO) per share of $1.48. FFO is similar to cash flow, and it is the metric used by real estate companies.

Brookfield Property Partners paid out $1.26 per share in distributions in 2018. (Partnerships pay distributionsrather thandividends.)

So last year, Brookfield Property Partnerseasily affordedits distribution payment.

This year, FFO per share is expected to decline to $1.44. However, in 2020, that figure is projected to rise to $1.58.

Even at $1.44, the company can afford its distribution, and if it meets estimates in 2020, the declining FFO per share this year will be all but forgotten.

Brookfield Property Partners hasraised its dividendevery year since it began paying one in 2013.

Like a college kid with agambling problem, Brookfield Property Partners knows that having a parent with deep pockets doesnt hurt.

If the partnership ever needs to raise money in order to pay the distribution or fund newincome-producing investments, it likely will be able to using the Brookfield name.

According toSafetyNet Pro, the only thing against Brookfield Property Partners is this years slight decline in FFO.

But if next year FFO is still expected to grow, the stock will achieve the highest rating available, which is impressive for a 7% yield.

In the meantime, the stock is consideredlow-riskfor a dividend cut.

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