I use the smartthings hub ($99)https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-SmartThings-Hub-2nd-Generation/dp/B010NZV0GE
With these type of GE switches:https://www.amazon.com/GE-Wireless-Lighting-Control-12724/dp/B0035YRCR2
There are many flavors to choose from:
Avoid the dimming variety unless you really need it as most LED bulbs, even dimmable, will emit some sort of buzz when on a dimmer. It can be annoying depending on how close to the actual bulb you are.
To do a 3 (or more) way circuit, you need to buy the main switch (the $37-$40 one), and then as many $20 add-on switches as needed. Make sure you read the directions, these switches require traveler just like a normal switch would - but they use the wire for low voltage signaling.
This isn't a cheap solution, but it does integrate nicely. Smartthings has a good smartphone app that supports timers for some basic automation. You can easily add voice automation for $50 with Amazon Echo. "Alexa turn on the basement lights" and boom it's done. I especially like "Alexa turn everything off". My most valuable use is to control indoor and outdoor holiday lights with voice commands.