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It really depends on the agreement. Most agreements are valid and enforceable as soon as they are signed. So, in most cases, the agreement would need to specify that it could be cancelled after it is signed.
Certain states have" cooling off" periods which allow the buyer to cancel within a specified period after signing. They are generally limited to very specific types of transactions, such as timeshares or door to door sales, as examples.