The Chicago city ordinance passed in August that requires securities trusts and servicers to pay for distressed property upkeep or face fines has caught on in other cities across the U.S., according to a client report put out by Dechert.

The impact of city ordinances of this nature could ultimately result in the reduction of credit for prospective borrowers in these cities.

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