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More than 10,000 real estate professionals rallied in Washington, D.C. to support homeownership in the United States.
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Participants donned whimsical garb to represent their states.
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Attendees came from all corners of the nation.
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The foot of the Washington Monument was awash in blue t-shirts.
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The Washington Monument serves as the background for National Association of Realtors' Rally to Protect the American Dream.
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Participants congregate to listen to Sen. Johnny Isakson, a long-time champion of housing and real estate issues, speak.
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Attendees bat around beach balls marked with phrases such as "Housing Recovery."
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Rally organizers pose for a photo.
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