there are a few examples where on the right deal and the proper timing you can get in for little to no money down...or even get cash back at closing.
But most properties require some money down. One way around that is to buy with zero of YOUR money down. Know the market, cap rates and inventory well and convince a group of investors that if you find an off market deal at an avantageous price and offer property management and or asset manage services that they will cut you in on the action. To be successful you must have a license, and skill.
If the actual question is: Can I (without experience, a license, skill or money) get properties given to me to control? Thats considerably harder to find.
I invite you to visit: "The multifamily Insider Report" at: www.rosecitycre.com
Aug 4, 2011