The Real World's twenty-third installment could reportedly have a presidential feel.

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An ad placed by The Real World's Bunim/Murray Productions is looking for an accountant in Washington, D.C. to work "a major reality TV production company" on a job that lasts roughly 20 weeks, The New York Post reported Wednesday.

The advertisement recently surfaced on Entertainmentcareers.net, according to The Post, and led to speculation that The Real World could be coming to the nation's capitol for the first time.

While Cancun is serving as the setting for The Real World's twenty-second season, which is currently filming, MTV recently renewed the long-running reality TV series for four additional seasons -- extending it through its 26th season.