In the last few months, Mitt Romney has sold two of his four homes--a $3 million home in Belmont, Massachusetts, and a $5 million ski lodge in Utah.

That leaves the former Republican Presidential candidate with two remanining residences--one in La Jolla, Calif., and one in Lake Winnipesaukee, N.H.

The obvious question: Which will be his primary residence?

A home in New Hampshire would bring obvious advantages for a 2012 run, including the option for Romney to work with the New Hampshire Republicans in the 2010 midterms. Sources tell MSNBC that Romney will likely make the N.H. home his legal residence.

Meanwhile, a spokesman tells that Romney is just "downsizing and simplifying."