Last month, some policymakers at the Federal Reserve were conflicted over whether to scale back or expand back a program designed to help out the housing market.
According to minutes from a December meeting, several members felt the $1.25 trillion dollar program buy mortgage backed securities should be extended to March 31.
"Generally the outlook was for gains in housing activity to continue. However, some participants still viewed the improved outlook as quite tentative and again pointed to potential sources of softness," the minutes said.
So what exactly can Americans expect from the housing market in 2010? Real estate expert Kendra Todd, host of Home and Garden Television's "My House is Worth What?" appeared on CBN News' Midday program to answer that question. Click play to watch the interview.
*Original broadcast January 7, 2009.