Denise Bennett, like many Americans during the boom times of the housing market, decided to refinance her home.

She wanted to go from an adjustable rate mortgage to a 30-year fixed loan to pull some equity out of the West Park, Fla., home she inherited from her parents so she could pay off credit card debt.

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