Kitzmiller Appraisals

Susan H. Kitzmiller, Appraiser


 Member, American Society of Appraisers. (ASA)

Member, Maryland Association of Appraisers (MAA)

Qualified for Maryland and Washington, D.C. Probate Court/Estate Appraisals

Director, 1978-2008, Antique Art Galleries, Inc., Kensington, MD.

Vice-President, 1985-2008,  Antique Art & Furniture, Co., Inc. of Kensington, MD.


Graduated Northwestern Senior High School, Hyattsville, MD 1974. Attended University of Maryland.

Completed Principles of Real Estate; and Legal Considerations in Appraisal, 1991.

Completed Economic Principle in Appraisals and Real Estate, HIREA, 1991.

Completed Real Estate Law and Contracts, HIREA, 1991.

Completed 75 hours of required education for Maryland State Appraisal License and

 the Washington, DC Appraisal License, 1991.


Completed General Criteria for Determining Value: Rarity, Technique, Value;

and Valuation Theory, Smithsonian Institution,  1991.

Completed Overview of the Antiques Market, Smithsonian Institution,  1991.

Completed Valuation Theory, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, 1991.

Completed Real vs. Revival: Training the Eye to Recognize Value in Furniture; Smithsonian Institution,Washington, DC, 1991.

Completed Recognizing Value in Antiques & Collectibles; Smithsonian Institution,

Completed Standards of Excellence in Gems & Jewelry; Smithsonian Institution, 

Completed Fine Arts Appraising; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, 1991.

Completed CEC Completing the URAR Form; Howard Community College, 1993.

Completed How to Avoid Settlement Problems;  Basic Contracts for Single Family Houses; MCAR, 1994.

Completed Residential Real Estate Appraising, Prince Georges Community College Completed Professional Guide to Estates and Wills; Montgomery College

Completed The Narrative Report; and Marshall & Swift Commercial Cost Manual and Residential Cost Handbook; 

Maryland Association of Appraisers