In a world with high-tech, high-speed manufacturing, one thing remains in limited quantity: land. That’s certainly the case in many regions such as Long Island, from Nassau to Suffolk and into New York City. Land remains a huge asset, whether it’s vacant, an empty lot or with structures on it. Selling land with or without buildings can lead to big dollars and big deals, but, if done wrong, big disappointments and hassles with deals that never close. How do you sell land in a deal long on dollars and short on hassles? Whether you have vacant land, undeveloped land, land with buildings, farms or lots with a variety of structures, a real estate investment company may be a viable option. With land, where value is often based on what can be done with it, who you sell to matters even more. Selling your land for cash to an experienced buyer, such as a real estate investment firm, rather than to an individual purchaser who gets a mortgage may get you a good price at a quick pace.