Real Estate is a field where 80% to 90% of the business and income are made by 20% to 10% of the licensed participants. It's a great field with to cap on the earning potential, but don't get caught up in the hype. Last I checked the average agent did very few deals per year and did not earn enough to live on.
If you want to be part of this industry, you need to learn a number of things to be successful. The more you know and understand business, psychology, marketing, journalism, construction and networking the better chance you have to be successful. Liking houses isn't helpful. I help people solve problems that are related to housing, but also are related to self esteem and self image, changing family dynamics, income and job related changes. To do this I must be able to write and communicate well, understand how and where to connect with people so I can learn of their issues and offer my services.
Since you say you are "young" and that is a relative term for us, my advice is to do well in school. Go to college and study a passion that may both be an alternative field of employment for before or after real estate, cultivate friends and hobbies and be an interesting person. If you are interesting and involved with others, you'll always find clients.