I use HomeKit/Homebridge for Presence sensing.
I'd say it was 99% for me, 93% for my wife. She's always turning things off to extend battery without regard to impact.
It has a geofence although I have read that it's adjustable, I believe default is smallest.
I get a Notification either of us is home about "a block" away.
It's pretty much all I use Homebridge for on a constant basis. Most every other time I go into the Home app, it's just to enjoy the wonder that it works. And to annoy Apple Store workers, since most have not leapt into HomeAutomation.
If you CAN use it, I would suggest you give it a try.
To start, you do not need the AppleTV/HomePod/iPod device. You can get Homebridge working, Have your Hubitat selected devices show in the Home app and then expand from there. You'll want to create Virtual Device using the Virtual Presence driver, and permit it within the Homebridge app.
To use presence AND/OR extend remote control outside of your LAN, you will need the AppleTV/HomePod/iPod device. The moment you enable one, you can go into Automation in the Home App and create the "IF anyone arrives" or "If anyone leaves" rules. Pick the Virtual Presence devices you created and added to Homebridge and enjoy the fruit of your labors.