It’s a wrap: This week’s celebrity home swaps

Over here at LLNYC, our coverage on Oscar winner Leonardo DiCaprio could rival that of fellow celeb-turned-mogul Kylie Jenner — but where Jenner buys, DiCaprio sells. With all that cash banked, and a somewhat deflated real estate portfolio, it was only a matter of time before the actor was in the market to snap up something new, and lo-and-behold, he’s done just that.

According to Variety, DiCaprio has just coughed up $23 million in an off-market deal for a 1.8 acre ocean-front property above Malibu’s Paradise Cove.

Comedy queen Amy Schumer is officially cutting ties with her first Upper West Side apartment.

The one-bedroom penthouse co-op at 129 West 80th Street, which occupies the entire floor of a prewar townhouse, is now in contract to an unidentified buyer, Variety reported. The apartment was last asking $1.6 million, or roughly $1,882 per square foot, according to the publication.

Shout it from “The Hills” — Lauren Conrad, the original darling of Orange County, has listed her Pacific Palisades home for $5.2 million.

The former MTV star is looking for a quick profit, since she bought the 5,900-square-foot bungalow for just $4.4 million in April 2015. Conrad renovated the property over the past year.

Everyone’s favorite transatlantic celebrity couple, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski have just bid adieu to their four-bedroom Ojai, California estate.

According to Variety, the acting duo raked in a cool $2.4 million for the spread — several hundred thousand dollars above the $2.15 million they paid for Colonial style pad back in 2012, but a little below its last asking price of $2.75 million and way, way below the home’s initial price tag of $4.25 million.

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Well, Slytherins always did have the best business senses.

Tom Felton, the actor who portrayed villain Draco Malfoy in the “Harry Potter” film franchise, sold his Hollywood Hills West home for $1.6 million, $176,000 more than its listing price, the L.A. Times reported. 

The 1,700 square-foot, two-bedroom home, in the Nichols Canyon neighborhood, was built in the 1920s and features brick fireplaces and quaint mosaic tile, but has an updated master bathroom and kitchens.

Love don’t cost a thing, but J.Lo’s Hidden Hills mansion went for $12.5 million to a lucky buyer.

If all goes as planned — apparently there are “contingencies” to be worked out — the actress, singer and ageless human being Jennifer Lopez will sell the 17,000-square-foot mansion for $4.5 million short of her initial ask in early 2015, the Los Angeles Times reported.