1st Thought - Don't Buy it. If you can't afford topay the people involved in the purchase transaction, how do you expect to do any potential repairs or make it if someone moves out and it is not rented for a few months.
If you do go forward with buying it anyway, a broker is often paid by the seller, not the buyer. And if you are working with a Good Broker, you may or may not need the attorney, unless you are buying it under an entity name, rather than your own personal name. As far as appraiser, inspector, etc - maybe you can borrow money from some you know with the promise to pay it back at a regualted schedule with interest. Or if the property is substantially under market value, you can get an equity loan a few months after purchase and pay the person back in full then.
Apr 10, 2009