Rosen Consulting Group estimates Chinese real estate investment in the US could reach $218 billion between 2016 and 2020, reports the Miami Herald (31 October 2016). Chinese buyer interest is increasingly shifting from US gateway cities like New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco to cities offering better yields and less saturated, including Miami. And while Miami currently lacks direct flights with mainland China, this may soon be remedied as the Miami International Airport is currently working to clinch a direct flight deal from Cathay Pacific or another airline within the next two years. Additionally, the Miami real estate industry is tapping into this new source of revenue as well by using new distribution channels, such as the partnership between the Miami Association of Realtors and