The buyer, who KSEYE has worked with before, had been let down by another lender, leaving only one day to source alternative finance.
Rates for bridging loans at £200,000 will now start at 0.43%, the bank’s lowest ever bridging rate.
The improved Fast-Track qualifying criteria includes the maximum loan size increased to £750,000 net from £500,000.
Barney Drake, chief executive of Specialist Mortgage Group, said: “It has often been a roller-coaster ride over the last 20 years, but we are absolutely thrilled for the group to be hitting this milestone and to be looking forward to a future where we anticipate going from strength to strength."
Andrew Lazare, founder and managing director of Mint Property Finance, said: "We are seeing increasing demand for higher value loans particularly within the M25."
The offer, which is timed to help offset the reintroduction of stamp duty, sees the rate reduced to 0.64%.
FutureBricks is a fintech lending platform providing development and bridging finance for property development projects to small to medium (SME) housebuilders.
TAB worked with EY to source funding lines to facilitate the firm's growth.
ASG was established in 2013 to provide commercial finance to businesses using funds generated from the associated renewable energy company, A Shade Greener.
Lender attendees currently include MT Finance, Octane Capital, Together, Castle Trust, Hope Capital and Masthaven Bank.