Inspired by @nealmcspadden's post about his rental stats, I thought I'd pull some of my own with numbers I'm more interested in. This is just what i could get from a very simple data pull method - I copied the For Rent -> Available and For Rent -> Rented tabs into a spreadsheet to get a full list of my cards available for rent.
I currently have 224 cards available for rent (as @komerex-zha) on Peakmonsters, of which 67 are rented. They break down like this:
Interesting that Rewards are by far the most rented; of course they're also the cheapest. Breaking down vacancy rates by edition gets us:
(Unrepresented editions have 100% vacancy.)
What if we do these by daily USD rather than by card?
In general I've been willing to deal with high vacancy rates in order to keep my prices what seems to me to be reasonably high, while being willing to take on some very short contracts to keep things moving. There has been a lot of racing to the bottom in this market, but it's gradually getting cleared out and my rentals have been picking up, including more long-term deals.
I may at some point try tracking down the market value on cards I have available, in order to get a sense of ROI, but that's a bit more work than what I've done so far, and it doesn't matter all that much to me. By and large I'm intending to hold these cards anyway, so total dollar velocity matters more to me than ROI.