It appears former Texas governor Rick Perry’s GOP presidential campaign is taking another hit — this time in South Carolina.

CNN reported Tuesday that Perry’s South Carolina campaign headquarters had been shuttered, saying the move was confirmed by Perry’s state chairman, Katon Dawson.

The Perry campaign had been using a Columbia, S.C., building provided by Dawson as part of his retainer fee, according to CNN. But the campaign was now losing the property to a “hot new client” found by a realtor, CNN says, quoting Dawson.

Suffice it to say, it’s been a rough few weeks for Perry, who also sought the 2012 GOP nomination.