Judge Gould remands this conviction back to the district court for some additional factfinding. With a reminder that prosecutors are under an obligation to do justice, not merely to secure convictions.
My guess is that there might be a slight change in the result below after the remand is over. But that the defendant -- who was changed with classic mortgage scams (straw buyers, inflated income claims, etc.) during the bubble -- would be convicted on retrial anyway.
None of which means we shouldn't get the result right, of course.
But Ms. Mazzarella shouldn't get her hopes up about getting off entirely.