Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is moving to New Hampshire, according to a report from Bloomberg.
While he hasn't made a formal announcement, the move has triggered speculation that he is preparing for another congressional run, this time in the Granite State.
The former Republican senator lost his seat last year to Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) in a closely-watched race that favored Brown early on before Warren declared her candidacy.
Brown, who has stayed off the radar for most of 2013, has reportedly found a buyer for his Massachusetts home.
Speculation around whether or not Brown will run in New Hampshire has been growing since his suggestion in April that he was "recharging the batteries" and would not take a future campaign on or off the table.
Brown is no stranger to New Hampshire. He currently owns a vacation home there, and is scheduled to speak at the New Hampshire Republican State Committee's holiday party this week.
Brown also filed paperwork in October to create the People's Seat PAC in New Hampshire.
In an interview with the Boston Globe last month, National Republican Senatorial Committee chairman Sen. Jerry Moran hinted at the GOP's insistence that Brown challenge incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.
"He knows of our interest in him pursuing this," Moran said. "I don't think Scott Brown is just fooling around."