I know of a lot of investors using vinyl plank flooring in lower end rentals for durability. It's a lot more water resistant than laminate and easier to clean/repair than carpet. (Just get a few extra boxes to replace individual pieces as needed). The rest I would say base it off of your neighborhood. It will most likely be laminate counter tops, pre-fab cabinets, etc.
Luxury Vinyl Plank looks very nice, is durable, and can handle getting wet. Be prepared to pay much more initially but it will reduce wear-and-tear, cut down on cleaning costs, and you could even learn to install it yourself to cut costs.