As Chinese investor interest continue its rapid rise, experts predict that cross-border real estate funds flowing from China into the US will be the highest in the world by 2016, reports OPP Connect (28 February 2014). Within the following 2 years, Chinese real estate funds is predicted to trump the current US$1.3 billion investment from Singapore to the UK, says 70% of invesors who polled during the PERE Summit: Asia 2014 in Hong Kong. With the over-excess of liquidity in China, many high net worth investors and developers are seeking yield and opportunity, setting their sights on New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Colliers International supports this forecast – its recent Asia Forecast 2014 report predicts Chinese investment in properties abroad is expected to at least double in 2014. Regardless, other countries are joining the race to attract Chinese investment. RE/MAX Australia New Zealand recently signed a partnership deal with to ensure its properties are effectively marketed to Chinese homebuyers, who currently consider Australia and New Zealand as top destinations due to their excellent educational prospects, clean environment, stable economy and property market.