There is one very important aspect to remember,, when replacing flooring in a kitchen, you need to take into consideration the effect of the flooring on the your legs! Tile is very unforgiving when standing up cooking, washing, etc. If something drops on it, you run the risk of breaking/cracking the tile. If offers NO forgiveness.
Depending upon your demographic location, temperature is also a consideration... if you experience very cold winters, the flooring may be cold. Check out wood flooring or the laminate wood flooring, as another option. Try Lumber Liquidators,,, they have some awesome deals! Holds value very well, looks great, easy upkeep, adjusts to temperature better, and can be more forgiving on spills and drops. I've seen glasses bounce ! ( it hit just the right way;o) ) You can also check out the neighborhood. If the home is only 2 years old, what do the other homes have? Look at the present for sale competition, what condition/type of flooring do they have? Other considerations,,, are you putting the flooring in yourself or hiring out? These costs will need to be factored in to give you a better idea on ROI.
Sounds like you have your work cut out for you!! Good luck,
Tina Evans, Principal Broker