I've owned and rebuilt a succession of houses for 45 years; I rebuilt two kitchens and two bathrooms. I've also owned some 130 apartments and done most of the lighter maintenance on them. My experience is that the Delta faucets are good-looking, long-lasting, and simple to maintain. The parts have been easy and inexpensive, to find and install.
I hope you take a good look at them.
When we did a complete remodel of our condo, we succumbed to fashion and fitted it with fancy German Grohe fixtures. It's been over seven years and we've had just a couple of problems, but the pieces are endlessly complicated. We had a replace a handle on the - very handsome - kitchen faucet. We got a schematic with the part, and there are about 54 pieces to the faucet.. Near as I can remember, my last Delta faucet had about 16.
My son, a controls engineer for a national company, shops all over the world for a lot of stuff. He said that the German-designed equipment is endlessly complex - "they will never use six pieces when they can fit in thirty-seven."
Maybe that's why I have never had a Mercedes.
Or, maybe, poverty.