The problem is, they also tend to be very noisy. So if you're buying the condo, and it is above another unit, the condo CC&Rs may prohibit this type of floor.
Consider other options like rubber tiles that look like slate. Because it was rubber, it was quiet and resilient...and looked great. I had a client put this in her loft and it looked like the real thing.
See ----- http://www.therubberflooringcompany.co.uk/filter/product/lis
Also, if you are in a large condo development, having the wood flooring should make your property stand out (in a sea of carpet) to prospective renters.
Hope this helps and congrats on your purchase!