Doing a fix and flip I would recommend that you focus on budget, as long as it's in line with the neighborhood. Granite will work for the cost, because most won't know the difference. Regarding flooring, wood floors are pretty popular now as well as the tile designed to look like wood. Have you given that any thought? White cabinets are back in style now. Check out the builders, HGTV, Houzz.com
Between Quartz and Granite is there a lot of up keep one over the other? If not pick one you prefer since they are priced about the same. You may want to talk with a Fabricator to find out if the cost to cut and hone is more for one than the other. Wood flooring in wet areas is not a good idea or near entrances or exits. There are a lot of wood looking tile that you may want to consider. Regarding cabinets that is an individuals taste since this is a flip property you may want to stay with something more neutral like Alder or Maple. Have you looked at other homes in the area that are for sale so you can see what they have done? I live and work in Scottsdale and have helped several Investors with their properties so if I can help please contact me.
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Vivien L Biggs PLC
Prudential Arizona Properties
I won't pretend to know what's selling in AZ, but I can tell you who does. You're local builders. Check out some new construction sites and see what they are using. Part of a fix & flip is keeping your costs down and appealing to the broadest possible market. Builders pay designers good money to stay on top of trends. You can benefit from seeing their results and not have anyone trying to sell you a product. Make sure you look at homes in a similar price range to where you expect to be and realize new construction often has an appeal to many buyers, so you may want to be priced a little less to get it sold quickly. Best of luck.