Some people have reported that life360 was more reliable for them, but the minimum radius is the same, 500 feet, since it uses the same base technology (GPS + WiFi).
The zigbee presence sensor should be a smaller radius (50 to 75 feet), but may run into various local issues.
In my case, the wheelchair accessible entrance is around the side of the house. The phone presence triggers much too soon (bus stop problem). The zigbee fob also triggers too soon because the fob is connecting with the hub from one side of the house before I get around and through the gate on the other. That’s fine for lights, but a problem with my door, which has locked itself again before I get to it.
But everybody’s use case and local environment is a little different, it’s worth trying several different options, including Life360, to see what works for you. “All home automation is local.”